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Four new ETFs issued by DWS are now tradable on Xetra and Börse Frankfurt, designed to enable investors to participate in the performance of large and medium-sized stock corporations with a particularly high rating in environmental, social and governance factors (ESG), as well as a small current and future carbon footprint. 

No companies from sectors with high potential for a negative ESG impact such as alcohol, gambling, weapons or nuclear energy are permitted in the reference indices.
 
Companies that generate more than 5 per cent of their earnings from tobacco products are also excluded. The four ETFs provide a choice of investment in stock corporations from Japan, the USA, Europe and around the world.
 
Annual fees on the ETFs are 15 per cent.

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