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Amundi ETF lists 21 ETFs on Deutsche Börse

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Amundi ETF has strengthened its presence in the German market with the listing of a further 21 exchange-traded funds, bringing the total number of listed products on Deutsche Börse to 38.

Ten of the ETFs cover the following super-sectors of the MSCI Europe Index: banks, consumer discretionary, consumer staples, healthcare, industrials, insurance, IT, materials, telecom services and utilities.

The Amundi ETF MSCI EMU High Dividend and the Amundi ETF MSCI Europe High Dividend enable investors to participate in the performance of companies with the highest dividend yields in the euro zone/Europe.

Amundi also offers investors the possibility of participating in the performance of bond ETFs from the EuroMTSBroad index family. Investors have the choice of between six bond ETFs with various maturities, containing eurozone government bonds with a minimum residual maturity of one year and an outstanding minimum volume of EUR2bn.

The money market index fund tracks the performance of the EuroMTS Government Bill Index. This index tracks the yield of government bonds issued by eurozone member states and which have a maturity of no more than six months.

The Amundi ETF Euro Inflation allows investors to participate in the performance of government inflation-indexed bonds issued by eurozone member states and which have an outstanding nominal amount of at least EUR2bn.

The offering is rounded off by the Amundi ETF Euro Corporate, which tracks the performance of the Markit iBoxx Euro Liquid Corporates Index. This index contains 40 investment grade corporate bonds denominated in euro.
 
Amundi ETF will continue to widen its product range on Xetra in the coming weeks.
 

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