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Horizons ETFs changes names of two short-term fixed income ETFs


Horizons ETFs is to change the names of two of its short-term fixed income ETFs at the close of business on Friday, 24 January, 2020.The Horizons Active Floating Rate Bond ETF will be changed to the Horizons Active Ultra-Short Term Investment Grade Bond ETF (HFR), while the Horizons Active US Floating Rate Bond (USD) ETF will be changed to the Horizons Active Ultra-Short Term US Investment Grade Bond ETF (HUF). 

Since inception, each of HFR and HUF have maintained an average portfolio duration of less than one year. 

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