Add to the ever-growing roster two new exchange traded funds
(ETFs), this time from both
WisdomTree Dreyfus Commodity Currency Fund (NYSEArca:
is the first ETF to give exposure to a basket of commodity
currencies. The fund will give money market returns of the
countries that are home to commodity currencies,
reports The ETF Professor for Benzinga
. CCX will not invest in currencies that are pegged to the U.S.
dollar such as the Chinese yuan. [
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CCX will track a basket of eight currencies of emerging as well
as developed commodity-producing economies: the Australian dollar,
Canadian dollar, Norwegian krone, New Zealand dollar, Brazilian
real, Chilean peso, Russian ruble and South African rand. The fund
has an expense ratio of 0.55%,
reports Steve Dew for Index Universe
New Natural Resources ETF.
, the sponsor known for its low-cost ETFs, today launched
seven new funds based on Russell indexes.
Steve Dew for Index Universe reports that
Vanguard is in expansion mode, and is on track to become the
third-largest ETF provider. Expense ratios for the new funds are in
keeping with Vanguard's low-cost ethos, ranging from 0.12% to
The new ETFs are:
Vanguard Russell 1000 ETF (
Vanguard Russell 1000 Value ETF (
Vanguard Russell 1000 Growth ETF (
Vanguard Russell 2000 Index Fund (
Vanguard Russell 2000 Value Index Fund (
Vanguard Russell 2000 Growth Index Fund (
Vanguard Russell 3000 Index Fund (
Tisha Guerrero contributed to this article.