XBRL is a machine-readable language for the electronic communication of business and financial data. XBRL stands for "eXtensible Business Reporting Language." It is derived from XML (or "eXtensible Markup Language") and is an open standard that provides a consistent means of communicating information electronically. In 2011, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) began requiring registered investment companies to "tag" certain risk/return information in their prospectuses using XBRL (Risk Return Reports) and file these with the SEC.

The following zip files contain the Funds' Risk Return Reports. You can also view these filings by going to the SEC website. The information in the Risk Return Reports is derived from the Funds' prospectuses. The prospectuses contain additional information about the Funds and should be read carefully before investing.


VAN ECK FUNDS
CM Commodity Index Fund, Emerging Markets Fund, Global Hard Assets Fund, International Investors Gold Fund, Long/Short Equity Index Fund, Multi-Manager Alternatives Fund, Unconstrained Emerging Markets Bond Fund
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VAN ECK VIP INSURANCE FUNDS
Van Eck VIP Emerging Markets Fund, Van Eck VIP Global Gold Fund, Van Eck VIP Global Hard Assets Fund, Van Eck VIP Long/Short Equity Index Fund, Van Eck VIP Multi-Manager Alternatives Fund, Van Eck VIP Unconstrained Emerging Markets Bond Fund
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VAN ECK MONEY FUND Zip

MARKET VECTORS EXCHANGE-TRADED FUNDS
All Market Vectors Equity ETFs except the following:
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Market Vectors Industry, Broad-Based U.S., and MSCI Quality ETFs
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Market Vectors Global Spin-Off ETF
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Market Vectors Morningstar International Moat ETF
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Market Vectors Oil Refiners ETF
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Market Vectors Saudi Arabia ETF Zip File
Market Vectors High Income Infrastructure MLP ETF and Market Vectors High Income MLP ETF Zip File
Market Vectors Generic Drugs ETF Zip File
All Market Vectors Income ETFs except the following:
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