iShares cuts ETF fees as part of Core Series launch

Jackson, Gary
June 2014
Fundweb;6/2/2014, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports that fees cut by iShares, BlackRock's exchange-traded fund (ETF) arm, on six of its products as a part of its Core Series launch available to European investors. It states that 14-strong ETF range launched by the company into Europe to offer exposure to some of the most popular asset classes at low prices.


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