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Five new db x-trackers from the exchange-traded fund section of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management have begun trading in the XTF segment on Xetra.
Three of the new bond index ETFs enable investors to participate in the performance of up to 100 euro-denominated corporate bonds issued in the euro zone.
The db x-trackers iBoxx EUR Liquid Corporate UCITS ETF tracks the performance of bonds with a remaining maturity of at least two years. No more than two bonds from the same company can be included. The bonds in the reference index have a fixed rate of interest and an outstanding issue volume of at least EUR750m.
The db x-trackers iBoxx EUR Liquid Corporate Non-Financials UCITS ETF excludes bonds from companies in the financial sector, whereas the db x-trackers iBoxx EUR Liquid Corporate Financials UCITS ETF only includes bonds from financials.
The db x-trackers iBoxx Sovereigns Eurozone Yield Plus UCITS ETF enables investors to participate in the performance of investment-grade government bonds from the five countries in the euro zone with the highest bond yields. The reference index includes countries that have at least two bonds with a remaining maturity of between 2.5 and 7.5 years.
An investment in the db x-trackers MSCI AC World Index UCITS ETF (DR) enables investors to participate in the performance of stock corporations from 24 industrialised and 21 emerging market countries with high and medium market capitalisation. The reference index, comprising more than 2,400 companies, represents 85 per cent of global market capitalisation.
The trading and fund currency of the ETFs is the euro. The income generated is automatically reinvested.
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