VanEck unveils US fallen angels ETF

Physical replication

James Baxter-Derrington
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VanEck has launched a US fallen angels ETF, offering investors access to a range of US credit from firms recently downgraded to high yield.

VanEck US Fallen Angel High Yield Bond UCITS ETF is available on the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse Xetra for a total expense ratio of 0.35% and will be physically replicated. The monthly rebalanced ETF will track the ICE US Fallen Angel High Yield 10% Constrained index, which is comprised of high yield US dollar credit that was originally issued at investment grade but has since fallen below. Tabula IM launches Global High Yield Fallen Angels ETF The fund's investment strategy targets sectors that experience frequent downgrades, such as the banking and energy sectors. ...

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