Mon, 02/12/2013 - 06:02
Seven new db x-trackers from the exchange-traded fund section of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management are now tradable in the XTF segment on Xetra.
Three of the seven new bond index ETFs enable investors to participate in the performance of euro-zone government bonds.
The iBoxx Sovereigns Eurozone AAA Index tracks the performance of euro-denominated government bonds that are issued by euro-zone governments and have an average rating of AAA.
The db x-trackers II iBoxx Sovereigns Eurozone Yield Plus ETF (1D) provides investors with access to euro bonds issued by the five euro-zone countries with the highest yields. Issuers must have an investment grade rating to be included.
The db x-trackers II iBoxx Sovereigns Eurozone Yield Plus 1-3 UCITS ETF (1D) enables investors to limit the euro bonds from the five countries with the highest yields included in the reference index to a residual maturity of one to three years.
The db x-trackers II iBoxx Global Inflation-linked UCITS ETF (1D) provides investors with access to the most important inflation-linked government and quasi-government bonds in the local currency of the issuing country. The index effects a currency hedge monthly. The bonds in the reference index must have a residual maturity of at least one year and a par value of at least EUR2bn. In addition, the issuing countries need to have an investment grade rating.
The db x-trackers II iBoxx Germany Covered UCITS ETF (1D) enables investors to track the whole of the German covered bond universe. The reference index contains bonds from all maturity categories which are subject to public supervision and meet special criteria for protecting the bondholder.
The db x-trackers II Markit iBoxx Japan Sovereign UCITS ETF enables investors to track the performance of JPY-denominated bonds issued by the Japanese government. The db x-trackers II Markit iBoxx Japan Sovereign Sort Daily UCITS ETF enables investors to participate in the performance of these bonds.
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