PowerShares DB German Bund Futures ETNsFund
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- Assets $9.5M
- Expense Ratio 0.50%
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DB German Bund Futures ETN is an exchange-traded note issued in the USA by Deutsche Bank AG (London). The Notes will provide investors with a cash payment at the scheduled maturity or early redemption based on the performance of its underlying index plus the monthly T-Bill Index return.
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08-07-2015 02:15 PM by Tom Lydon
Global deflationary concerns are helping to support European fixed-income markets and German bond-related exchange traded products. Over the past month, the DB German Bond Futures ETN (NYSE Arca: BUNL) rose 1.3% and the leveraged DB 3x German Bond Futures ETN (NYSE Arca: BUNT)...
04-20-2015 08:20 AM by Tom Lydon
With the Eurozone fixed-income market growing harder to trade, bond investors may be turning to international debt-related exchange traded funds to get their Europe fix. For instance, investors can gain European bond exposure through broad international fixed-income ETFs, such...
02-26-2015 10:30 AM by Tom Lydon
International bond exchange traded funds with European exposure could advance as the European Central Bank could be forced to pay a premium on bond purchases and lift prices on all Eurozone debt in response to the lack of supply. While there are no Europe-focused bond ETFs ava...
01-22-2015 09:30 AM by Tom Lydon
The European Central Bank bond-purchasing program could ignite a rally in the Eurozone fixed-income markets and related bond exchange traded funds. Speculation on monetary policies has helped Germany- and Italy-specific bond exchange traded notes strengthen over the past year....
08-07-2014 01:58 PM by Max Chen
As the markets weigh on Ukraine, Russia and the retaliatory sanctions, European investors jumped into safe-haven assets, lifting German bunds, along with related exchange traded funds, and pushing down 2-year note yields below zero. Over the past three months, the PowerShares ...
04-11-2012 10:09 AM by John Spence
Germany on Wednesday auctioned 10-year bonds at record-low yields but saw lackluster demand for the debt despite worries over the debt situation in Spain and Italy. "The average yield came in at 1.77%, the lowest ever at a German 10-year auction," The Wall Street Journal repor...
01-31-2012 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
ProShares, the fourth largest U.S. exchange traded fund provider known for its alternative leveraged and inverse offerings, recently launched a German sovereign debt ETF. Proshares released the ProShares German Sovereign/Sub-Sovereign ETF (NYSEArca: GGOV), which tries to refle...
11-23-2011 02:38 PM by Tom Lydon
After weak demand for German sovereign debt, exchange traded funds tracking European securities hit an air pocket Wednesday as investors grew increasingly worried that the Eurozone is faltering and the region's safest bet is no longer immune to the spreading financial contagion. ...
11-14-2011 02:29 PM by Tom Lydon
Investors can monitor the Eurozone debt crisis by watching the relative performance of exchange traded funds that invest in German and Italian government bonds. Last week, bond giant Pimco launched Pimco Germany Bond Index Fund (NYSEArca: BUND). The new ETF follows the BofA Me...
07-26-2011 10:23 AM by Paul Weisbruch, Street One Financial
In late April, PowerShares and Deutsche Bank launched a number of exchange traded notes based on European and Japanese sovereign bonds. PowerShares DB Italian Treasury Bond Futures ETN (NYSE Arca: ITLY), PowerShares DB German Bond Futures ETN (NYSE Arca: BUNL) and PowerShares ...
03-25-2011 03:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Deutsche Bank and PowerShares launched six exchange traded notes (ETNs) this week, which give exposure to single-country bonds. The ETNs are desinged to track foreign sovereign-bond futures and will be denominated in U.S. dollars, reports John Spence for MarketWatch. These wi...