BlackRock cross-lists five iShares fixed income ETFs to SIX

Dec 13th, 2017 | By | Category: Fixed Income

BlackRock has cross-listed five fixed income ETFs to SIX Swiss Exchange. The suite of iShares funds provides exposure to inflation-linked government bonds, EUR-denominated high yield corporate bonds, USD-denominated corporate bonds, long-term Treasuries, and a core portfolio of corporate bonds.

BlackRock cross-lists five iShares fixed income ETFs to SIX

BlackRock cross-lists five iShares fixed income ETFs to SIX

The iShares Global Inflation Linked Government Bond UCITS EUR Hedged ETF (GILE SW) tracks the Bloomberg Barclays World Inflation Linked Bonds Index. The Index provides exposure to investment grade developed world inflation-linked government bonds issued in local currency.

GILE distributes income generated within the fund, trades in euros, and has a total expense ratio (TER) of 0.25%. The fund provides currency hedging to the euro.

The iShares High Yield Corp Bond UCITS ETF (HIGH SW) tracks the EUR Liquid High Yield Index, providing exposure to euro-denominated corporate bonds issued globally with sub-investment grade ratings.

HIGH accumulates income generated within the fund, trades in euros, and has a TER of 0.50%.

The iShares $ Corp Bond UCITS EUR Hedged ETF (LQEE SW) tracks the Markit iBoxx USD Liquid Investment Grade Index. The index provides exposure to US dollar-denominated corporate bonds with investment grade ratings issued globally.

LQEE distributes income generated within the fund, trades in euros, and has a TER of 0.25%. The fund is currency hedged to the euro.

The iShares $ Treasury Bond 20+yr UCITS EUR Hedged ETF (DTLE SW) tracks the ICE US Treasury 20+ Years Bond Index, which provides exposure to US treasury securities from the far end of the maturity spectrum.

DTLE distributes income generated within the fund, trades in euros, and has a TER of 0.25%. The fund also provides currency hedging to the euro.

Lastly, the iShares Core Corp Bond UCITS ETF (IEAA SW) tracks the Barclays EA Corp Index, which provides exposure to a portfolio of euro-denominated corporate bonds with investment grade ratings.

IEAA accumulates income generated within the fund, trades in euros, and has a TER of 0.20%.

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