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db x-trackers has cross-listed four new regional equity exchange traded funds covering the Asian and European areas, as well as a short ETF on the French benchmark CAC 40.

db x-trackers has cross-listed four new regional equity exchange traded funds covering the Asian and European areas, as well as a short ETF on the French benchmark CAC 40.

The ETFs were listed on the London Stock Exchange on 18 February 2009 and can be traded during normal trading hours.

The MSCI AC Asia ex Japan TRN Index ETF is designed to measure the equity market performance of the emerging and developed countries of the Asia region (excluding Japan) on a total return basis with net dividends reinvested. It allows investors to gain exposure to 653 large and mid cap companies.

The MSCI Pacific ex Japan TRN Index ETF measures the equity market performance of developed countries of the Pacific region (excluding Japan) on a total return basis with net dividends reinvested. It allows investors to gain exposure to 188 large and mid cap companies in the Pacific region across four countries (Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Singapore).

The DJ Stoxx 600 ETF is based on the Dow Jones Stoxx 600 Index, which is a fixed component number index designed to provide a broad, yet liquid representation of 600 large, mid and small cap companies in the European region. The index universe is defined as all components of the Dow Jones Stoxx Total Market Index, which covers 95 per cent of the total market capitalisation by the stocks traded on the major exchanges of 18 European countries.

The CAC 40 Short ETF’s objective is to provide the inverse performance of the CAC 40 Total Return Index plus a prorated portion of interest, based on double the Eonia rate. A positive change in the CAC 40 TR Index will result in a negative change of the same amplitude in the index.

The DJ Euro Stoxx 50 ETF (capitalising) is based on the Dow Jones Euro Stoxx 50 Index operated by Stoxx Limited, which is the most widely used regional blue-chip index in Europe. The index securities are selected from the Dow Jones Euro Stoxx Index, in which the equity concentrations of the individual Euro countries are comprised. Since its launch on 28 February 1998, the index has become one of the leading stock exchange barometers for Europe and the euro-zone.

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