Breaking: Tabula ICAV Discloses Net Asset Values for ETFs: Detailed Report Revealed

Breaking: Tabula ICAV Discloses Net Asset Values for ETFs: Detailed Report Revealed

Tabula ICAV, a prominent investment firm, has publicized its Net Asset Value (NAV) report for a diverse array of funds as of February 7, 2024. This report furnishes comprehensive information on the NAV per share for each fund, the total number of issued shares, the currency of denomination, and shares redeemed since the previous evaluation.

Range of ETFs Covered

The funds featured in the report span a variety of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) with an emphasis on investment-grade bonds, inflation, high yield bonds, and government bonds. The thematic alignments of these funds range from climate-conscious investments to region-specific focuses. The funds are denominated in a multitude of currencies including the Euro (EUR), Swedish Krona (SEK), US Dollar (USD), British Pound (GBP), and Swiss Franc (CHF).

Varying NAVs Reflecting Diverse Strategies

The NAV per share for the funds varies significantly, mirroring the diverse strategies and asset classes they represent. For instance, the Tabula EUR IG Bond Paris-aligned Climate UCITS ETF stands at a NAV per share of 9.1463 EUR. On the contrary, the Tabula Global High Yield Fallen Angels Paris-aligned Climate UCITS ETF (USD) – GBP-Hedged Dist flaunts a NAV per share of 10.4 GBP.

Significance for Investors

This report holds significant relevance for investors and market participants who closely monitor the performance and value of these ETFs. The NAV per share provides a clear indication of the current value of an ETF, thus aiding investors in making informed decisions regarding their investments. The report also sheds light on the total number of shares in issue, which can aid in gauging the liquidity and marketability of the funds.

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