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Four new exchange traded funds issued by BNP Paribas Easy have been tradable on Xetra and Börse Frankfurt since Tuesday......

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Two of the three smart beta ETFs enable investors to participate in the performance of high-dividend companies domiciled in Europe or the USA.

The BNP Paribas Easy Equity Value US UCITS ETF provides access to US companies that have a low price-to-book ratio and thus appear undervalued based on their fundamentals.

The BNP Paribas Easy MSCI World ex CW UCITS ETF EUR gives investors the opportunity to invest in companies primarily from developed markets and that are not involved in making cluster bombs, mines, chemical, biological or nuclear weapons.

All four BNP Paribas Easy ETFs are accumulating ETFs which track the reference indices synthetically.

Source: ETFWorld


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