Credit Suisse has unveiled 16 Xmtch ETFs for trading on Deutsche Boerse's XTF segment.
The latest range comprises eight bond and eight equity index funds, seven of which are tradable in euros, seven in US dollars and two in sterling.
Six of the funds track the performance of the Markit iBoxx Eur Sovereigns and Markit iBoxx USD Treasuries index families. The indices consist of government bonds issued by Eurozone and US governments, with maturities between one and three, three and seven, and seven and ten years.
The two ETFs based on the Markit iBoxx USD Tips Inflation-linked and Markit iBoxx Euro Sovereigns Inflation-Linked indices track the performance of government inflation-linked bonds in the respective regions. These bonds have an outstanding nominal amount of at least two billion US dollars or euros.
Seven of the funds replicate MSCI small and large cap indices, tracking the performance of companies from the UK, Japan, the US and Eurozone.
The Xmtch ETF tracking the MSCI Emerging Market index provides access to the performance of companies from 25 emerging markets.
The XTF segment of the Deutsche Boerse has 541 exchange-listed index funds and an average monthly trading volume of around €11bn in ETFs.
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