UBS has listed seven ETFs tracking country and regional indices in the XTF segment of the Deutsche Boerse.
The funds track MSCI indices based on international equity markets, which are weighted by free-float market capitalisation. The indices are also total return with net dividends reinvested.
The range comprises the UBS ETF MSCI USA, MSCI Canada, two MSCI Europe funds, MSCI World, MSCI Pacific ex Japan and MSCI Emu Values.
The UBS ETF MSCI Europe tracks the respective index consisting of companies from 16 industrialised nations. The Europe I version of the fund is designed primarily for institutional investors and has a lower management fee of 0.18%, compared with the other European fund at 0.30%.
The MSCI Emu Values fund tracks the performance of companies with high earnings from a range of industrialised nations, including Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.
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