The banking company has rolled out the Dow Jones Euro Stoxx 50 ETF.
What does DJES stand for?
DJES stands for Dow Jones Euro STOXX
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Listed on the London Stock Exchange, and domiciled in Ireland, the new ETF is designed to replicate the performance of the Dow Jones EURO STOXX 50 Index (total return) covering the 50 largest companies in the Eurozone.
Latest Guaranteed Capital Bond, issued by Marks & Spencer, links the return on your capital to the average performance of two stock market indices - FTSE100 and Dow Jones Euro STOXX 50.
31% gross from Newcastle BS LATEST Guaranteed Capital Bond, issued by Marks & Spencer, links the return on your capital to the average performance of two stock market indices - FTSE100 and Dow Jones Euro STOXX 50.
A 25pc rise in the S&P 500 withered to a mere 13pc after accounting for the fall in the dollar, while a lacklustre 10pc increase in the Dow Jones Euro Stoxx 50 has been translated into a much more impressive 18pc by the strength of the euro.
After three years all the money invested is returned as long as the Dow Jones Euro Stoxx 50 index has not fallen by more than a quarter.