Deutsche Bank has launched a suite of inflation indices to track inflation in both the developed and developing world. The db Liquid Inflation indices offer investors the opportunity to choose their inflation exposure by region – Global, G10 or EM – allowing them to hedge their inflation risks according to their specific requirements.
Access to inflation hedging has often been difficult for investors. Inflation linked bonds have become increasingly popular as a way to protect purchasing power for individuals and institutions alike, demonstrating impressive performance across business cycles. The db Liquid Inflation indices aim to provide convenient access to this asset class in a liquid, transparent and cost efficient manner.
The three indices making up the new suite are:
Michele Faissola Global Head of Rates commented, “Inflation continues to be a major concern for investors throughout the world and these indices will facilitate access to this rewarding and often under-allocated asset class for our clients.”
Clients can access the indices via variety of products including notes, swaps,delta-1 certificates.
The indices are total return indices, with total returns calculated as the sum of price changes, gain or losses on repayments of principal and the coupon received or accrued. Countries included in the indices are:
For further information, please call:
Michelle Gathercole + 44 (0) 207 545 4249
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