Nasdaq OMX has started trading in ten new exchange traded funds from Deutsche Bank’s db x-trackers ETF platform.
The ETFs are now available for trading on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm.
They are based on the following indexes: MSCI World Index, MSCI Europe Index, MSCI Japan Index, MSCI USA Index, Dax Index, Short Dax Index, DJ Stoxx Banks Index, DJ Euro Stoxx 50 Short Index, S&P 500 Inverse Index and DJ Stoxx 600 Banks Short Index,
Jenny Rosberg (pictured), senior vice president at Nasdaq OMX, says: "We are pleased to today be able to expand on our ETF offering from Deutsche Bank with ten new exciting products. Deutsche Bank’s entry into the Nordic ETF market provides easy and cost-efficient access to a wide variety internationally recognised indices, and will act to grow the interest for ETFs in the region."
Thorsten Michalik, head of db x-trackers ETFs at Deutsche Bank, adds: "We want to broaden the choice of ETF products available to Nordic investors. As the first foreign ETF issuer in the Nordic region we look forward to growing the popularity of ETFs in the region and will continue to introduce further products on international indexes as well as asset classes like commodities and fixed income."