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Two new ComStage bond index ETFs launched on Xetra

18.01.2010
Since Monday, two additional ComStage bond index funds from Commerzbank’s ETF offering have been tradable on Xetra®.
ETF name: ComStage ETF iBoxx € Liquid Sovereigns Diversified 3m-1 TR Asset class: bond index ETF
ISIN: LU0444605728
Management fee: 0.12 percent
Distribution policy: non-distributing
Benchmark: Markit iBoxx € Liquid Sovereigns Diversified 3m-1 Total Return Index
ETF name: ComStage ETF iBoxx € Sovereigns Germany Capped 3m-2 TR Asset class: bond index ETF
ISIN: LU0444606700
Management fee: 0.12 percent
Distribution policy: non-distributing
Benchmark: Markit iBoxx € Sovereigns Germany Capped 3m-2 Total Return Index
The new ETFs enable investment in the performance of government bonds with short maturities. The Markit iBoxx € Liquid Sovereigns Diversified 3m-1 Total Return Index tracks the most liquid government bonds denominated in euros with maturities of three months to one year issued by governments in the euro zone.

The Markit iBoxx € Sovereigns Germany Capped 3m-2 Total Return Index tracks the performance of government bonds denominated in euros with maturities of three months to two years issued by the German government.

The product offering in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment currently comprises
552 exchange-listed index funds, making it the largest offering of all European stock exchanges. With this offering and an average monthly trading volume of 11 billion euros, Xetra is the leading trading venue for ETFs in Europe.

Xetra® is a registered trademark of Deutsche Börse AG.

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Further information:
http://www.deutsche-boerse.com

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