December 15th, 2015

Deutsche Bank Debuts Suite Of Currency Hedged Equity ETFs

By: ETFdb
Deutsche Bank rolled out the latest additions to an ETP lineup that is rapidly approaching 1,300 on Thursday, debuting five ETFs that offer exposure to international equity markets while stripping out the impact of fluctuations in value of the U.S. dollar and non-U.S. currencies. Each of the new products are linked to MSCI indexes, offering exposure to the same basket of companies delivered by many of the most popular existing ETPs. The new hedged equity ETFs include: MSCI Japan Currency-Hedged Equity Fund (DBJP) MSCI Brazil Currency-Hedged Equity Fund (DBBR) MSCI Canada Currency-Hedged Equity Fund (DBCN) MSCI EAFE Currency-Hedged Equity Fund (DBEF) MSCI Emerging Markets Currency Hedged Equity Fund (DBEM) Currency Hedge Difference In addition to offering exposure to the stocks of a particular country or region, most international equity ETFs effectively establish a long position in the local currency and a short position in the U.S. dollar. When the value [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Winners And Losers From The Great Tax Compromise Deutsche Bank Planning International Equity ETFs Do You Need A Hedged Equity ETF? Definitive Short Dollar ETF Guide: Inverse USD ETFs U.S. Dollar ETFs: No End To Freefall In Sight
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