Since Friday, five new exchange-traded commodities (ETCs) of Société Générale are tradable on Xetra and via Börse Frankfurt.
With its ETCs, Société Générale offers investors the opportunity to gain exposure to the commodities market via futures contracts. In the energy sector, its product range includes ETCs on the performance of Henry Hub Natural Gas and Brent Crude Oil. In the precious metals sector, ETCs are available on the futures contracts of gold and silver. In addition, the ETC on the ICE EUA Futures offers an investment in futures contracts on CO2 emission rights (ICE EAU).
All five ETCs are fully collateralised. Since futures contracts have a limited term, they are generally exchanged before maturity for the futures contract with the next maturity date (so-called roll-over). Depending on whether the purchased futures contract is cheaper or more expensive than the sold futures contract, roll profits or roll losses are achieved.
|ETC bezogen auf den Henry Hub Natural Gas Futures||ETC||DE000ETC0704||0,90 Prozent||Henry Hub Natural Gas Futures-Kontrakt|
|ETC bezogen auf den Brent Crude Oil Futures||ETC||DE000ETC0696||0,90 Prozent||Brent Crude Oil Futures-Kontrakt|
|ETC bezogen auf den Gold Futures||ETC||DE000ETC0738||1,00 Prozent||Gold Futures-Kontrakt|
|ETC bezogen auf den Silver Futures||ETC||DE000ETC0746||1,00 Prozent||Silver Futures-Kontrakt|
|ETC bezogen auf den ICE EUA Futures||ETC||DE000ETC0001||4,00 Prozent||ICE EUA Futures-Kontrakt|
The product offering in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment currently comprises a total of 1,997 ETFs, 186 ETCs and 244 ETNs. With this selection and an average monthly trading volume of around €19 billion, Xetra is the leading trading venue for ETFs in Europe.