Lyxor Asset Management has listed 11 ETFs on the Spanish stock exchange, two of which track commodities indices.
The Lyxor ETF Commodities CRB replicates the Reuters/Jeffries CRB Total Return index, which covers a range of commodities including gold, copper, natural gas, corn and energy, among other sectors.
The Lyxor ETF Commodities CRB Non Energy tracks the Reuters/Jeffries CRB Non Energy index, which consists of a basket of exchange-traded futures contracts representing long-only positions in underlying commodities excluding energy.
Both the commodity funds have total expense ratios of 0.35% per annum.
The latest ETF range includes four sector funds, offering access to telecommunications, petrol and gas, utilities and health.
Lyxor is also offering two funds providing European and global equity exposure, as well as two ETFs tracking the MSCI USA Real Estate index and the MSCI AC Asia ex Japan Real Estate index.
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