A new exchange traded fund from issuer Amundi has been tradable on Xetra and Börse Frankfurt since Thursday.
With the Amundi Govt Bond Lowest Rated EuroMTS Investment Grade UCITS ETF DR – EUR (D), investors invest in euro-denominated, fixed-income government bonds issued by Eurozone member states governments.
Debt instruments that are tradable on the MTS platform, have a minimum remaining maturity of one year and a minimum outstanding volume of two billion euros are taken into account. In addition, they must not have been assigned the best possible rating of “AAA” or “Aaa” by any rating agency.
Any coupon payments are distributed to the investors.
|Name||Asset class||ISIN||On-going charges||Distribution policy||Reference index|
|Amundi Govt Bond Lowest Rated EuroMTS Investment Grade UCITS ETF DR – EUR (D)||Bond ETF||LU1681046857||0.14 per cent||Distributing||FTSE MTS Lowest-Rated Eurozone Government Bond IG Index|
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