New ETF Research Published This Week

Morningstar's European ETF Research Team has expanded its coverage this week, find out which ETFs have been added

Morningstar.co.uk Editors 8 June, 2011 | 9:43AM
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The Morningstar European ETF Research Team has launched two new ETF Research Reports this week. Click on the ETF name below to be taken to the Morningstar Research Report for that fund. To access the full list of the ETFs covered by Morningstar's ETF analysts, and for more information on Morningstar's ETF Research, please click here.

iShares Barclays Capital Global Inflation-Linked Bond
Excerpt from report: The iShares Barclays Capital Global Inflation-Linked Bond ETF offers investors exposure to the aggregate market performance of government inflation-linked bonds issued by the major developed economies.

iShares Markit iBoxx Euro High Yield Bond
Excerpt from report: Gaining exposure to the high yield corporate bond market (through vehicles such as this ETF) is often thought of as a way to generate higher returns relative to better credits, though investors in this particular asset class will have to accept the trade-off of much higher notional risk vs. investment grade corporate debt.

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