Eight new ETFs launched on Xetra


ETFs cover countries and regions in the MSCI index family 

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    Eight new ETFs issued by db X-trackers have been tradable in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment since Tuesday.

    Six db x-trackers ETFs track the performance of companies from the following countries and regions in the MSCI index family: Chile, China, EFM Africa, EM Eastern Europe, India, Malaysia and Thailand.

    The db x-trackers Russell Midcap Index ETF enables investors to participate in the performance of SMEs headquartered in the US. With 800 securities, the MSCI Russell Midcap Index covers approximately 27% of the total market capitalisation of the companies in the Russell 1000.

    The product offering in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment currently comprises a total of 856 exchange-listed index funds, making it the largest offering of all European stock exchanges. This selection, together with an average monthly trading volume of €14 billion, makes Xetra Europe’s leading trading venue for ETFs.

    List of the new db x-trackers products with ISIN and total expense ratio (TER):

    db x-trackers ETF –  ISIN  – TER

    db x-trackers MSCI EFM Africa Top 50 Capped TRN Index ETF  – LU0592217524  –  0.45%
    db x-trackers Russell Midcap Index ETF  – LU0592217953  – 0.15%
    db x-trackers MSCI EM Eastern Europe 10/40 TRN Index ETF  – LU0592217870 –  0.45%
    db x-trackers MSCI Malaysia TRN Index ETF  – LU0514694370  – 0.30%
    db x-trackers MSCI Thailand TRN Index ETF  – LU0514694701  – 0.30%
    db x-trackers MSCI India TRN Index ETF  – LU0514695187  – 0.55%
    db x-trackers MSCI China TRN Index ETF  – LU0514695690  – 0.45%
    db x-trackers MSCI Chile TRN Index ETF  – LU0592217797  – 0.45%

    Source: ETFWorld – Deutsche Börse

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