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ETF NYSE Euronext Symbols

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Currently, there are about 500 Exchange Traded Funds listed on NYSE Euronext (Paris, Lisbon, Amsterdam, and Brussels Exchanges). These ETFs are issued by Banks and Financial companies such as Amundi Investment Solutions, HSBC ETFs, iShares P.L.C, JP Morgan Struct FD Management and UBS ETF. They are investment products that offer traders an opportunity to invest in a market, segment, index or a country's market very easily and it also allow them to easily hedge and diversify their portfolios. Simply by owning one ETF you can get exposure of an entire country, sector, European market or emerging markets.

As an example, the LYXOR ETF CAC 40 is an ETF/Tracker that is listed in Euronext Paris. This ETF is issued by a fund manager named Lyxor International Asset Management. It tracks the French Equity Market, more precisely it follows the performance of the 40 biggest companies in France (CAC 40 Stocks). Another ETF that tracks the performance of CAC 40 Stocks is the HSBC CAC 40 ETF. This ETF is managed by HSBC Global Asset Management (UK) Limited and it distributes dividend to its owners two times a year.

Besides ticker symbols of these Exchange Traded Funds, the list also fills the following fields: Name1 (Yahoo Compatible name), Name2 (ISIN Code), Name3 (Euronext Code), Description (The underlying index or market the current ETF tracks), Full name (The Tracker/ETF descriptive name), Address (ETF issuer), Currency, Market (Exchange where the ETF is traded/listed) and Industry (Segmentation level 3).

Here is another list of symbols of ETFs: ETF Symbols. This list contains more than 1300 ETFs.

For NYSE Euronext, Euronext Paris - Historical Quotes, Euronext Brussels - Historical Quotes and Euronext Amsterdam - Historical Quotes are EOD data downloader for stocks that belong to the corresponding exchange.




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