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HSBC launches three new ETFs

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Three new ETFs issued by HSBC Asset Management are tradable on Xetra and via Börse Frankfurt.

The HSBC Europe Sustainable Equity UCITS ETF gives investors the opportunity to invest in sustainable companies from European developed countries that aim to reduce carbon emissions and fossil fuel pollution.

 

The HSBC FTSE EPRA NAREIT Developed UCITS ETF provides diversified exposure to real estate companies and real estate investment trusts listed on developed equity markets around the world.

 

For investors interested in the Chinese equity market, the HSBC MSCI China UCITS ETF is available. It tracks the performance of large and mid-cap Chinese companies, which may include China’s A-shares.

 

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