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iShares DJ Emerging Markets Select Dividend launched on Xetra


A new exchange-listed equity index fund issued by iShares – the iShares Dow Jones Emerging Markets Select Dividend ETF – has been tradable on Xetra since Thursday.

The new exchange traded fund tracks the performance of companies from emerging market countries with stable dividends. The index only contains companies that have displayed positive earnings per share in the past twelve months and distributed dividends in each of the last three years.

The product offering in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment currently comprises a total of 982 exchange-listed index funds, while the average monthly trading volume stands at EUR12 billion.


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