Three new bond ETFs launched
Exchange Traded Funds at Frankfurt Stock Exchange
3 May 2012. FRANKFURT (Börse Frankfurt). Three new ETFs issued by db x-trackers II, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, are now tradable on Xetra.
The db x-trackers II Eurozone Sovereigns Double Long Daily ETF (ISIN LU0621755080) and db x-trackers II Eurozone Sovereigns Double Short Daily ETF (ISIN LU0621755676) enable investors for the first time to participate with a leverage factor of two in the positive or inverse performance of government bonds issued by euro zone countries.
The db x-trackers II iBoxx € Germany 7-10 TRI ETF (ISIN LU0730820569) offers investors access to the government bond market of the Federal Republic of Germany with the opportunity to react to interest rate expectations within the maturities of seven to ten years.
The product offering in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment currently comprises a total of 968 exchange-listed index funds, while average monthly trading volume stands at €12 billion.
© 3 May 2012/Deutsche Börse AG
|Name||ISIN||Trading Currency||Total Expense Ratio|
|db x-trackers II Eurozone Sovereigns Double Long Daily ETF||LU0621755080||Euro||0.30 %|
|db x-trackers II Eurozone Sovereigns Double Short Daily ETF||LU0621755676||Euro||0.30 %|
|db x-trackers II iBoxx € Germany 7-10 TRI ETF||LU0730820569||Euro||0.15 %|