Lyxor has thrown down the gauntlet to its rivals with the launch of a core ETF range that will charge between 0.04% and 0.12%, which it claims are the lowest fees across Europe and rival those in the US.
The range will be made up of 16 ETFs covering global, UK, European, US and Japanese equities and gilts and US government bonds on the fixed income side. The firm has launched four ETFs to complete the...
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