ETF Watch: Deutsche Transferring 8 Funds To Bats

The ETF issuer will be moving several of its NYSE-listed exchange-traded funds.

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Deutsche Bank announced on Friday that it would delist eight of its ETFs from the NYSE Arca exchange and relist them on the Bats Exchange as of Jan. 6.

The affected funds are all currency-hedged equity ETFs and include the following:

The funds will join five other Deutsche Bank ETFs that are already listed on Bats, which owns ETF.com.

Earlier this month it was announced that three ProShares ETFs and four ETFs from Cambria Investment Management would also be switching their primary listings from the NYSE Arca to Bats as of Dec. 29.

Contact Heather Bell at [email protected].

 

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