Barclays adds fixed-income exchange-traded notes to its $7 billion business

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Investors can take views on US interest rates through new ETNs

Barclays has extended its range of iPath exchange-traded notes (ETNs) to include access to the fixed-income market and enable US investors to take a view on the movements of the yield curve.

The eight new notes, which were listed on the New York Stock Exchange earlier this week, provide two-year, 10-year and long-dated long or short exposure to US Treasury bonds. In addition, they have notes linked to the steepening or flattening of the yield curve. All the new ETNs track Barclays' indexes.

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