Expanded CDR lineup celebrates second anniversary since industry-leading launch
CDRs make it easy to invest in many of the world's largest companies – in Canadian dollars. Offered at a fraction of the price per share of the underlying reference share, and with a built-in notional currency hedge, CDRs provide investors with affordable access to foreign stocks while mitigating the currency risk associated with global investing.
"With continued demand from investors, we are thrilled to offer industry-leading solutions to help our clients achieve their ambitions," said
The six new CDRs available for trading on Cboe Canada are listed below with their Cboe Canada ticker symbols:
- Adobe Canadian Depositary Receipts (CAD Hedged) – ADBE
- Broadcom Canadian Depositary Receipts (CAD Hedged) – AVGO
- Caterpillar Canadian Depositary Receipts (CAD Hedged) – CATR
- Eli Lilly Canadian Depositary Receipts (CAD Hedged) – LLY
- Johnson & Johnson Canadian Depositary Receipts (CAD Hedged) – JNJ
- RTX Canadian Depositary Receipts (CAD Hedged) – RTX
These six will add to the existing lineup of CDRs which are available for trading on Cboe Canada.
The Prospectus Supplement for these latest Series of CDRs has been filed on SEDAR+ at www.sedarplus.ca. For more information about CDRs, please visit.
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