New money-market linked ETF launched on Xetra

ETF from iShares on eb.rexx Money Market index listed in XTF segment / Investors benefit from performance of short-range German government bonds

(PresseBox) ( Frankfurt am Main, )
Deutsche Börse is further expanding its segment for exchange-traded index funds on the pan-European Xetra trading platform and has admitted a new ETF issued by iShares to trading.

The iShares ETF eb.rexx Money Market (DE), ISIN DE000A0Q4RZ9, gives investors the opportunity to trade in another passively managed bond fund via Xetra and benefit from the performance of German government bonds with a residual maturity of less than one year. Interest income is accumulated and distributed to unitholders up to four times a year. The management fee is 0.12 percent.

The German bond market is one of the largest in Europe. Deutsche Börse provides a unique index family for fixed-income securities under the eb.rexx brand.
The eb.rexx Money Market index charts the development of the German money market and is composed of government bonds with a residual maturity of one month to one year.

The product offering on Xetra in the XTF segment currently comprises a total of 320 exchange-traded index funds, making it the largest offering of all European stock exchanges. This selection, together with an average monthly trading volume of over €9 billion, makes Deutsche Börse's XTF segment Europe's leading trading venue for ETFs. The following ETF families are currently tradable in the XTF segment: db x-trackers, EasyETF, ETFlab, iShares, Lyxor, Market Access, PowerShares, SGAM, UBS Exchange Traded Funds and Xmtch.

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