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Two new iShares ETFs launched on Xetra

ETFs based on US companies offering high dividend yields and consumer-oriented companies with a focus on emerging markets ….


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    Two new equity index ETFs issued by iShares have been tradable in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment since Tuesday.

    ETF name: iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Consumer Growth UCITS ETF
    Asset class: equity index ETF
    ISIN: DE000A1131M4
    Total expense ratio: 0.60 percent
    Distribution policy: non-distributing
    Benchmark: MSCI ACWI Emerging Markets Consumer Growth Index

    ETF name: iShares MSCI USA Dividend IQ UCITS ETF
    Asset class: equity index ETF
    ISIN: IE00BKM4H312
    Total expense ratio: 0.35 percent
    Distribution policy: distributing
    Benchmark: MSCI USA High Dividend Yield Index

    The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Consumer Growth UCITS ETF allows investors to participate in the performance of large and mid-cap consumer oriented companies that derive high or growing revenues from emerging markets. The underlying index currently comprises more than 300 stock corporations based in the US, China, South Korea, the UK, Switzerland and other countries. The ten largest index members include Apple, Nestlé, Samsung Electronics, Procter & Gamble, Philip Morris, Tencent Holdings, British American Tobacco, China Mobile, Coca-Cola and Sanofi.

    The iShares MSCI USA Dividend IQ UCITS ETF tracks the performance of US stock corporations that offer sustained, above-average dividend yields. The reference index also takes into account fundamental data indicating a potential drop in dividends in the selection process. There are currently a total of 123 companies in the index, including Apple, Microsoft, Exxon Mobile, Johnson & Johnson, Chevron, Pfizer, AT&T, Merck & Co and Coca-Cola.

     

     

    Source: ETFWorld.co.uk – Deutsche Boerse