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db x-trackers lists suite of ETFs focused on fixed income markets

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db x-trackers, Deutsche Bank’s exchange-traded fund platform, has listed six fixed income ETFs on the London Stock Exchange.

These products provide investors with exposure to the fixed income markets across UK gilts, US treasuries and Eurozone sovereign debt.
 
Manooj Mistry, head of db x-trackers UK, says: “We are excited to offer the db x-trackers fixed income ETFs in the UK market for the first time. The new products provide an ideal addition to any portfolio as they maintain the liquidity and flexibility of an ETF investment, offer investors a greater level of stability, as well as provide broad exposure to the asset class.” 
 
The new ETFs listed are linked to the following indices:

• iBoxx GBP Gilts Total Return Index – which represents the market for UK government bonds of various maturities denominated in GBP.
• iBoxx UK Gilt Inflation-Linked Total Return Index – which represents the market for inflation linked UK government bonds denominated in GBP.
• iBoxx USD Treasuries Total Return Index – which represents the market for US government bonds of various maturities denominated in USD.
• iBoxx USD Treasuries 1-3 Total Return Index – which represents the market for US government bonds with a maturity of 1-3 years denominated in USD.
• USD IG Inflation Linked Treasuries Total Return Index – which represents the market for inflation linked US government bonds denominated in USD.
• iBoxx Euro Sovereigns Eurozone Total Return Index – which represents the market for Eurozone governments bonds of various maturities denominated in EUR.

The new products are eligible for inclusion in self select Isas and Sipps.

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