Db x-trackers lists 14 new ETFs on Euronext Paris including seven ETFs on...

Paris / London, 27 May 2009 – Deutsche Bank has expanded the range of db x-trackers ETFs available in France by listing 14 new products on NYSE Euronext Paris. The new listings feature a number of products available for the first time in France including seven ETFs tracking short or inverse indices:

  • Short European Sectors – for the first time in France gain short exposure to short sector indices on Banks, Oil & Gas, Healthcare, Technology and Telecommunications
  • S&P 500 Short – inverse performance of US large capitalisation stocks
  • FTSE 100 Short – inverse performance of UK large capitalisation stocks
  • FTSE Vietnam – gain exposure to the largest and most liquid stocks on the Vietnam stockmarket
  • S&P/ASX 200 – performance of the largest capitalisation stocks in Australia
  • Russell 2000 – gain exposure to US small capitalisation stocks
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