BMO Investments Launches Exchange Traded Series for BMO Mutual Funds

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BMO Investments has announced the launch of exchange-traded series for three BMO Mutual Funds: BMO Global Enhanced Income Fund (ZWQT), BMO U.S. Equity Growth MFR Fund (ZUGE), and BMO U.S. Equity Value MFR Fund (ZUVE). These ETF series offer investors the ability to customize their portfolios in the current market environment. The BMO Global Enhanced Income Fund aims to provide income and long-term capital growth by investing in higher-yielding global equity ETFs. The BMO U.S. Equity Growth MFR Fund seeks long-term capital growth through investments in U.S. companies with above-average growth prospects. The BMO U.S. Equity Value MFR Fund targets long-term capital growth by investing in U.S. companies priced below their intrinsic value.


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