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Change of name and index for db x-trackers EURO STOXX 50® UCITS ETF (DR) – Income

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The db x-trackers EURO STOXX 50® UCITS ETF (DR) – Income is changing its names to the to db x-trackers MSCI EMU INDEX UCITS ETF (DR).

This change reflects the fact that as of 4 December the fund will be reflecting the performance of the MSCI EMU Index (the “New Reference Index”) which is designed to reflect the performance of the equity markets of 10 countries within the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), rather than the EURO STOXX 50® Index, which is designed to reflect the performance of the shares of 50 of the largest companies in certain industry sectors in the Eurozone.

The rationale for the Change is to streamline the product range of the Company in order to avoid duplication of sub-funds with the same investment objective and investment policy. db x-trackers EURO STOXX 50® UCITS ETF (DR), another sub-fund of the Company, has the same investment objective and investment policy as the Sub-Fund. Shareholders who wish to retain exposure to the Reference Index may continue to do so by investing in either share class 1D (LU0274211217) or 1C (LU0380865021) of db x-trackers EURO STOXX 50® UCITS ETF (DR) pursuant to the provisions in the current prospectus of the Company.

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