Foreign index products allow investors to exploit markets that deliver higher returns than their own domestic market, without the risks of trading individual securities in unfamiliar venues. For example, India's economy grew by 6.7 percent from 2008 to 2009, and is predicted to deliver higher returns in future, according to the Bombay Stock Exchange, which last week unveiled an IPO index that tracks Indian companies for two years after their initial listing.
Similarly, FTSE's Nordic 30 index, whi
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