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New Boost Short ETN on German government bonds launched on Xetra

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A new ETN issued by Boost, the Boost Bund 30Y 3x Short Daily ETP, has been tradable via Xetra and Börse Frankfurt since Monday and is designed to give investors access to the inverse performance of futures contracts on German government bonds with a leverage factor of three.

The reference index consists of a position in the front-month Euro-Buxl future. The Euro-Buxl future tracks the yields of German government bonds with 24 to 35 years to maturity, plus the interest revenue earned on the collateralised amount. Every quarter, shortly before the expiry of the contracts, the index’s positions are rolled into the contracts with the next expiry dates.

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