Three new ETFs from ETFlab launched on Xetra

ETFs listed on MSCI country/regional indices in XTF segment
(PresseBox) (Frankfurt am Main, ) Three new ETFs from ETFlab launched on Xetra ETFs listed on MSCI country/regional indices in XTF segment

Deutsche Börse is further expanding its segment for exchange-traded index funds on the pan-European Xetra® trading platform and has admitted three new ETFs

issued by ETFlab to trading. The three new ETFs track the performance of the MSCI country indices for Japan and the USA and the MSCI regional index for Europe.

The ETFlab MSCI Europe LC (ISIN DE000ETFL086) offers investors the opportunity of participating in the performance of the MSCI Europe Large Cap Index. The

index represents around 70 percent of Europe's most important equities in terms of market capitalization and trading turnover.

The ETFlab MSCI Japan LC (DE000ETFL102) tracks the performance of the MSCI Japan Large Cap Index. This index contains around 70 percent of Japan's most important equities in terms of market capitalization and trading turnover.

The ETFlab MSCI USA LC (DE000ETFL094) allows investors to participate in the performance of the MSCI USA Large Cap Index. This index contains around 70 percent the most important US equities in terms of market capitalization and trading turnover.

The product offering on Xetra in the XTF segment currently comprises a total of 329 exchange-traded index funds, making it the largest offering of all European stock exchanges. This selection, together with an average monthly trading volume of over €9 billion, makes Deutsche Börse's XTF segment Europe's leading trading venue for ETFs. The following ETF families are currently tradable in the XTF segment: db x-trackers, EasyETF, ETFlab, iShares, Lyxor, Market Access, PowerShares, SGAM, UBS Exchange Traded Funds and Xmtch.

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