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Fidelity files for active ETFs


Fidelity is moving ahead on the launch of two actively-managed exchange-traded funds – its first ETFs in 10 years – according to regulatory filings made with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The first of the proposed ETFs is the Fidelity Mortgage Securities ETF, which according to the filing will “normally invest at least 80 per cent of assets in investment-grade mortgage-related securities (those of medium and high quality) and repurchase agreements for those securities”.
The second fund is the the Fidelity Corporate Bond Exchange Traded Fund, which will invest in “investment-grade corporate bonds and other corporate debt securities and repurchase agreements for those securities”. The fund will be managed to have similar overall interest rate risk to the Barclays US Credit Bond Index.
Fidelity’s last ETF launch was the Fidelity Nasdaq Composite Tracking Stock (ONEQ), which was listed in September 2003.

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