WisdomTree launches real estate ETF with focus on 'the new economy'

Looks to “tech and science megatrends”

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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The ‘new economy’ includes sectors such as cloud computing, 4G and 5G connectivity and life sciences
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The ‘new economy’ includes sectors such as cloud computing, 4G and 5G connectivity and life sciences

WisdomTree has today expanded its thematic ETF range with its new real estate ETF that seeks to capture the trend of the so-called ‘new economy’.

The New Economy Real Estate UCITS ETF provides exposure to real estate companies which are exposed to "tech and science-related megatrends" and is the sixth ETF in the company's $1.2bn thematic equity ETF range. WisdomTree said that the ‘new economy' includes sectors such as cloud computing, 4G and 5G connectivity, logistics and supply chain, and life sciences. Therefore, real estate businesses associated with those sectors will be invested in, such as data centres, telecommunication towers and logistics warehouses. In developing the ETF, WisdomTree worked with CenterSquare Investment...

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