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Deutsche Boerse shares replaced by Deutsche Boerse tendered shares in STOXX indices

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As a result of the expected merger with NYSE Euronext, the Deutsche Boerse shares (DE0005810055, Financial Services, Germany) in the EURO STOXX 50, STOXX Europe 600, STOXX Global Total Market and sub-indices will be replaced with the Deutsche Boerse tendered shares (DE000A1KRND6, Financial Services, Germany). This change will be effective July 20, 2011.

Component changes are being announced today after the acceptance threshold of at least 75% was reached by the end of the initial tender period. The free-float factor of the new share will be adjusted from 100% to 82.43% in all STOXX indices. This reflects the acceptance rate based on the current information and leads to a decrease in weighting.

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