Invesco PowerShares and Deutsche Bank Rename 11 Long and Short Exchange Traded Commodity Products
Invesco PowerShares and Deutsche Bank announced today that they have renamed 11 recently-listed long and short Agriculture, Gold, and Commodity exchange traded notes (ETNs) linked to variations of the Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index. The renaming is part of the expanded marketing agreement the companies announced on May 14th of this year.
DB Agriculture ETNs are now known as:
|PowerShares DB Agriculture Double Short ETN||(NYSE Arca: AGA)|
|PowerShares DB Agriculture Double Long ETN||(NYSE Arca: DAG)|
|PowerShares DB Agriculture Short ETN||(NYSE Arca: ADZ)|
|PowerShares DB Agriculture Long ETN||(NYSE Arca: AGF)|
DB Gold ETNs are now known as:
|PowerShares DB Gold Double Short ETN||(NYSE Arca: DZZ)|
|PowerShares DB Gold Double Long ETN||(NYSE Arca: DGP)|
|PowerShares DB Gold Short ETN||(NYSE Arca: DGZ)|
DB Commodity ETNs are now known as:
|PowerShares DB Commodity Double Short ETN||(NYSE Arca: DEE)|
|PowerShares DB Commodity Double Long ETN||(NYSE Arca: DYY)|
|PowerShares DB Commodity Short ETN||(NYSE Arca: DDP)|
|PowerShares DB Commodity Long ETN||(NYSE Arca: DPU)|
The tickers, CUSIP Numbers, and ISINs for the above ETNs have not changed.
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About Invesco PowerShares Capital Management LLC
Invesco PowerShares is leading the intelligent ETF revolution through its family of more than 100 domestic, international and active exchange-traded funds. With assets under management as of April 30, 2008 of $13.86 billion, PowerShares ETFs trade on all of the major U.S. stock exchanges that trade ETFs. For more information, please visit us at www.invescopowershares.com.
Invesco PowerShares is a wholly owned subsidiary of Invesco Ltd., a leading independent global investment management firm dedicated to helping people worldwide build their financial security. By delivering the combined power of its distinctive worldwide investment management capabilities, Invesco provides a comprehensive array of enduring investment solutions for retail, institutional and high-net-worth clients around the world. Operating in 20 countries, the company is currently listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol IVZ. Additional information is available at www.invesco.com.
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The ETNs carry certain risks including, but not limited to, exposure to the performance of specific commodity futures prices, the risk of loss of investment and for those ETNs offering leveraged exposure, the effect of leverage on any adverse performance. The ETNs are subject to an investor fee and are not individually redeemable. You must irrevocably offer at least 200,000 ETNs (or an integral multiple of 50,000 ETNs in excess thereof) from a single offering to Deutsche Bank for repurchase.