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BATS Exchange welcomes ProShares ETF


The ProShares Short Term USD Emerging Markets Bond ETF (EMSH) has begun trading on BATS Exchange.

ProShares, a provider of alternative exchange-traded funds, will now have five ETFs listed on BATS Exchange.
The ProShares Short Term USD Emerging Markets Bond ETF is designed to track the DBIQ Short Duration Emerging Market Bond Index, which is composed of a diversified portfolio of US dollar-denominated emerging markets bonds with a weighted average maturity of three years or less.
The BATS listings programme offers ETF issuers a variety of service offerings, including the BATS Competitive Liquidity Provider (CLP) programme, which is a rewards-based programme designed to incentivise market makers to increase liquidity and create tighter quoted spreads for each listing on BATS.

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