They will include the WisdomTree Dreyfus Euro Fund, Japanese Yen Fund, Indian Rupee Fund, Chinese Yuan Fund and the Brazilian Real Fund. These will be the first of 12 to be launched under the WisdomTree Dreyfus banner. Two others include two U.S. current income funds, reports Mariana Lemann for Ignites.
Later this year, more funds will launch and cover the Australian dollar, British Pound sterling, Canadian dollar, New Zealand dollar, South African rand and South Korean won. Several of these funds will be a first in currency ETFs.
When they launch, they’ll join a growing lineup of both currency ETFs and exchange traded notes (ETNs), including:
- CurrencyShares Euro Trust (FXE)
- CurrencyShares Japanese Yen Trust (FXY)
- Market Vectors Indian Rupee (INR)
- Market Vectors Chinese Renminbi (CNY)
- PowerShares DB G10 Currency Harvest (DBV)
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