ETF Country: United Kingdom

ETFs are a type of investment fund that trade on stock exchanges, much like stocks. ETFs differ from traditional mutual funds in that they are traded throughout the day, allowing investors to buy and sell ETF shares at any time. ETFs also generally have lower expense ratios than traditional mutual funds. United Kingdom ETFs provide exposure to the British economy and can be used to gain access to a specific sector or market, such as the London Stock Exchange. ETFs can be used to hedge against currency risk or to access foreign markets that may be difficult to invest in directly.

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