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ABN AMRO introduces Malaysia exchange-traded investments

The bank targets Middle Eastern investors as likely consumers of more Malaysian investment products.
ABN AMRO says it will begin offering to private investors in the Middle East a range of investment products focusing on Malaysia. The first products to be introduced are an index tracker and a capital protected note on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange.

Both products have been listed on the SWX Swiss Exchange, and ABN AMRO will provide intra-day liquidity subject to a bid-offer spread.

The Malaysian stock market was up 33.2% in 2006 and year-to-date the market is up over 8%. However, ABN AMRO says most Middle Eastern investors have so far overlooked this investment opportunity and focused their attention on local stock markets or other emerging markets like Brazil, Russia, India and China...
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