ETFlab has released two ETFs providing exposure to China and the emerging markets on the pan-European Xetra exchange.
The ETFlab MSCI China tracks the respective underlying MSCI index, which comprises around 50 companies from a range of sub-indices, including the MSCI China H, China B, China Red Chip and China P benchmarks.
These companies are also the largest and best-performing firms listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
The ETFlab MSCI Emerging Markets ETF replicates the respective MSCI index, which contains companies from Brazil, Chile, China, Columbia, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Morocco, Mexico, Peru, the Philippines, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand and Turkey.
The index tracks around 85% of market capitalisation in the total emerging markets.
The firm's latest fund boosts the number of ETFs listed on the XTF segment of the Deutsche Boerse to 682. Xetra has an average monthly trading volume of €14bn.
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