Product page (click the "low cost core" category):
http://www.etf.com/sections/features-an ... nopaging=1
Notably this does not include SPY. But the S&P 500 Value and S&P 500 Growth ETFs now have 0.04% ERs, and there are now a lot of very competitive products. For reference, the emerging markets fund has Taiwan but not South Korea, like the FTSE-based products that Vanguard and some others use. Also, the World ex-US product is developed markets, not including emerging markets—it includes South Korea and Canada, so it's not just EAFE.This morning, State Street launched a dramatic new salvo in the fee war with its SPDR Portfolio ETFs, a suite of 15 existing ETFs repackaged with rock-bottom expense ratios, some the lowest in their class.
Effective today [October 16, 2017], the issuer has slashed fees for the 15 ETFs, which together comprise an existing $11.7 billion in assets under management. The funds were also given new names and tickers, listed below. Three funds were given new indexes as well.
For total bond index, they're now undercutting BND and AGG by 1 bp, though the latter two are more liquid and are probably still better to use. There were actually a couple of popular corporate bond ETFs that are included in the price cuts. Used to be that SCPB (1-3 yr) offered a shorter-duration take compared to Vanguard's short-term corporate bond index ETF VCSH (1-5 yr), and ITR (1-10 yr) was a popular intermediate-term-ish fund that represented a large portion of the space in one fund while omitting the long-term (over 10 years) bonds that some don't like. Now these are cheaper and have new ticker symbols. The Treasury products are also very cheap now, though in most brokerages you could just use the actual bonds.