iShares has listed seven ETFs on the Amsterdam market of NYSE Euronext, including five accumulating versions of equity-based funds and two fixed income funds.
The accumulating range includes the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets, S&P 500, MSCI World, MSCI Europe and MSCI Japan.
While the distributing version pays out dividend income to investors on a periodic basis, the accumulating ETFs reinvest dividend income back into the fund.
The listed range also includes the iShares Barclays Euro Government Bond 10-15 and the Barclays Euro Government Bond 5-7.
These fixed income ETFs track indices comprising bonds issued by the European Economic and Monetary Union member states. The bonds have maturities between 10-15 years or 10 years with a remaining maturity of 5-7 years, in the respective indices.
The NYSE Euronext European segment has 487 listings and 439 ETFs based on more than 265 indices.
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