New PowerShares Equity Index ETF Launched On Xetra; Tracks Firms from Emerging Countries

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016 10.25AM / News

ETF Tracks High-Dividend Low-Volatility Companies From Emerging Markets

A new index fund from the ETF offering issued by PowerShares Global Funds has been tradable on Xetra and Börse Frankfurt.

o   ETF name: PowerShares FTSE Emerging Markets High Dividend Low Volatility UCITS

o   Asset class: equity index ETF

o   ISIN: IE00BYYXBF44

o   Total expense ratio: 0.49 percent

o   Distribution policy: distributing

o   Benchmark: FTSE Emerging High Dividend Low Volatility Index

 

The PowerShares FTSE Emerging Markets High Dividend Low Volatility UCITS ETF gives investors access to the performance of stock corporations from emerging markets with high dividend yields and lowest volatility.

 

FTSE Emerging Index companies with high dividend yields qualify for acceptance into the reference index. The top 150 companies in terms of dividend payouts are then shortlisted to the 100 with the lowest volatility.

 

The product offering in Deutsche Börse's XTF segment currently comprises a total of 1,137 exchange traded funds. This selection, together with an average monthly trading volume of around €15 billion, makes Xetra Europe’s leading trading venue for ETFs.


Xetra® and XTF® are registered trademarks of Deutsche Börse AG.


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