Nordnet teams up with JP Morgan on tech-savvy index product

The trading platform has created a new index fund that will follow the global technology index.

Anne Buchardt, Country Manager for Denmark | Photo: Brian Karmark/ERH

Nordnet is launching a new index fund that will follow the global technology index, MSCI World Information Technology, the company reports in a press release.

The index consists of 185 companies, where the largest individual players include Apple and Microsoft. The fund has been developed alongside Wall Street bank JP Morgan.

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