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How are the transactions with ETFs settled?

Transactions with ETFs are typically settled in the same way as transactions with other securities, such as stocks or bonds. When an investor buys or sells an ETF, the trade is executed through the broker and is typically settled on a T+2 basis, which means that the trade is usually completed two business days after the trade date. An ETF settlement is the process by which the trade of an ETF unit is completed and its ownership is transferred from the seller to the buyer.

It's important for investors to be aware of the settlement period when trading ETFs, as the settlement period can impact the availability of funds for additional trades or the ability to access the ETF shares.

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