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Horizons ETFs announces final valuations for terminated ETFs

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Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) has announced the final valuations of four recently terminated exchange-traded funds.

 
The terminations, which were originally announced on 1 March 2013, took effect at the close of business on 31 May.
 
The ETFs being terminated, with their respective final net asset values per unit, are as follows:
 
Horizons BetaPro US Dollar Bull Plus ETF (HDU) – CAD17.360463
Horizons BetaPro US Dollar Bear Plus ETF (HDD) – CAD16.163326
 
The proceeds of termination will be paid to the holders of the remaining outstanding units of the terminated ETFs on a pro rata basis.

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