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Full Name: Market Vectors®Agribusiness ETF (MOO®)
Management Style: Replication
Underlying Index: Market Vectors® Global Agribusiness Index (MVMOOTR)
Index Description: MVMOOTR is a rules-based, modified-capitalization-weighted, float-adjusted index intended to give investors exposure to the overall performance of the global agribusiness industry.
Index Total Return Ticker
Total Net Assets
Number of Holdings
30-Day SEC Yield1
Gross Expense Ratio2
Net Expense Ratio2
One-Trade Access to Agribusiness
A basic industry driven by increasing populations and demand for alternative fuels
Pure Play with Global Scope
Index constituents must be primarily engaged in the business of agriculture, deriving at least 50% of total revenues from it
Customize overall commodity exposure with targeted allocation to agribusiness
Intraday NAV (IIV)4
Gross Expense Ratio
Fee Waivers andExpense Reimbursement
Net Expense Ratio
*Returns less than one year are not annualized.5Index data prior to March 18, 2013 reflects that of the DAXglobal® Agribusiness Index (DXAG). From March 18, 2013, forward, the index data reflects that of the Market Vectors Global Agribusiness Index (MVMOOTR). All Index history reflects a blend of the performance of the aforementioned Indexes AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR ANY THIRD PARTY USE. The DAXglobal® Agribusiness Index (DXAG) is a trademark of Deutsche Börse AG. Deutsche Börse AG neither sponsors nor endorses MOO and makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy and/or completeness of this Index.
The table presents past performance which is no guarantee of future results and which may be lower or higher than current performance. Returns reflect temporary contractual fee waivers and/or expense reimbursements. Had the ETF incurred all expenses and fees, investment returns would have been reduced. Investment returns and ETF share values will fluctuate so that investors' shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. ETF returns assume that dividends and capital gains distributions have been reinvested in the Fund at NAV.
The "Net Asset Value" (NAV) of a Market Vectors Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is determined at the close of each business day, and represents the dollar value of one share of the fund; it is calculated by taking the total assets of the fund, subtracting total liabilities, and dividing by the total number of shares outstanding. The NAV is not necessarily the same as the ETF 's intraday trading value. Market Vectors ETF investors should not expect to buy or sell shares at NAV.
All indices are unmanaged and include the reinvestment of all dividends, but do not reflect the payment of transaction costs, advisory fees or expenses that are associated with an investment in the Fund. An index’s performance is not illustrative of the Fund’s performance. Indices are not securities in which investments can be made.