Vanguard launches Equity ETFs on companies in the USA, Japan and developed countries worldwide
Vanguard has launched three new equity ETFs focused on companies in the USA, Japan and other developed countriesExchange Traded Funds on Xetra and Börse Frankfurt.
The Vanguard S&P 500 UCITS ETF (USD) Accumulating offers investors the opportunity to participate in the performance of the 500 largest listed US companies. The S&P 500 Index represents the most important U.S. industries and is considered an indicator for the development of the entire US stock market.
The Vanguard FTSE Japan UCITS ETF EUR Hedged Accumulating gives investors the opportunity to invest in the shares of Japanese companies with large to medium market capitalisation. This currency-hedged share class aims to minimise the impact of exchange rate fluctuations against the euro.
The Vanguard FTSE Developed World UCITS ETF (USD) Accumulating allows investors to invest in companies from various developed countries. The FTSE Developed Index serves as a benchmark for the performance of large and medium-sized companies from developed markets worldwide and is weighted according to market capitalisation.
The three Vanguard ETFs are accumulation share classes in which dividends are reinvested.