TORONTO, Might 11, 2022/ CNW/ – Franklin Templeton Canada today revealed the Might 2022 money circulations for particular ETFs offered to Canadian financiers.
As detailed in the table listed below, unitholders of record since Might 19, 2022, will get a per-unit money circulation payable on Might 27, 2022
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Commissions, management charges and expenditures all might be connected with financial investments in ETFs. Financiers need to thoroughly think about an ETF’s financial investment goals and methods, threats, charges and expenditures prior to investing. The prospectus and ETF realities include this and other info. Please check out the prospectus and ETF realities thoroughly prior to investing. ETFs trade like stocks, vary in market price and might trade at costs above or listed below the ETF’s net possession worth. Brokerage commissions and ETF expenditures will decrease returns. ETFs are not ensured, their worths alter often, and previous efficiency might not be duplicated.
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