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ProShares leveraged and inverse Treasury ETFs change benchmarks


Exchange-traded fund provider ProShares is changing the benchmarks for eight of its Treasury ETFs from Bloomberg Barclays indices to ICE indices, effective after the market closes on or about 14 October.

The components of each fund’s current and new index are substantially identical.
The Short 20+ Year Treasury (TBF), the Ultra 20+ Year Treasury (UBT), the UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury (TBT) and the UltraPro Short 20+ Year Treasury (TTT) are changing from the Bloomberg Barclays US 20+ Year Treasury Bond Index to the ICE US Treasury 20+ Year Bond Index.
The Short 7-10 Year Treasury (TBX), the Ultra 7-10 Year Treasury (UST), and the UltraShort 7-10 Year Treasury (PST) are changing from the Bloomberg Barclays US 7-10 Year Treasury Bond Index to the ICE US Treasury 7-10 Year Bond Index.
The UltraShort 3-7 Year Treasury (TBZ) is changing from the Bloomberg Barclays US 3-7 Year Treasury Bond Index to the ICE US Treasury 3-7 Year Bond Index.

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