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Lyxor Asset Management launches AEX ETFs on Amsterdam market


Lyxor Asset Management has listed two exchange traded funds on Euronext Amsterdam, the AEX Leverage and the AEX Short.

Lyxor Asset Management has listed two exchange traded funds on Euronext Amsterdam, the AEX Leverage and the AEX Short.

Both ETFs are based on an index which is created, calculated and published by NYSE Euronext and has been designed specifically as an underlying for ETFs.

The Lyxor ETF Leverage AEX is based on the AEX Leverage index. This ETF effectively doubles the movements of the AEX index.

The AEX Short index, the underlying for the Lyxor ETF Short AEX, aims to replicate a short position on the AEX Total Return index. The ETF offers a positive performance when the AEX index is down and a negative performance when the AEX index is up.

Sjef Pieters, head of business development Benelux at Lyxor Asset Management, says: ‘We are very pleased to offer these new ETFs. As a global leader in ETF management we look forward to expanding our activities into the Dutch market. We are certain that these innovative investment tools will benefit many different investors. Particularly in the current and future market environment where investors are looking for transparency, simplicity and low cost solutions.’

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