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BlackRock launches new US Treasury Bonds iShares ETF on Xetra

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BlackRock has launched a new ETF providing access to the performance of US Treasury Bonds on Xetra and Börse Frankfurt.

The iShares USD Treasury Bond UCITS ETF – USD enables investors to participate in the performance of US government bonds with different maturities.

The bonds eligible for the ETF are selected from the ICE US Treasury Core Bond Index. This includes fixed income bonds with a residual maturity of at least one year, issued by the US Treasury, denominated in US dollars and with an outstanding principal amount of at least USD 300 million. Zero coupon bonds, inflation-linked bonds, treasury bills, strips and cash management bills are excluded.

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