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ProShares UltraShort Basic Materials is an open-end management investment company. The Fund seeks daily investment results that correspond to twice the inverse daily performance of the Dow Jones U.S. Basic Materials Index (the Index). The Index measures the performance of the basic materials industry of the United States equity market. Component companies are involved in the production of aluminum, steel, non-ferrous metals, commodity chemicals, specialty chemicals, forest products, paper products, as well as the mining of precious metals and coal. As of May 31 2013, the Fund's total assets and investment portfolio totaled $42,227,405 and $42,226,838, respectively. Self directed investors in ProShares Trust - UltraShort Basic Materials ETF (New) will be interested in keeping up with all ProShares Trust - UltraShort Basic Materials ETF (New) news they can find, both SMN news originating from the company in the form of press releases, as well as seeing how independent media outlets are reporting news on SMN. At RediNews, we simplify this task by presenting both SMN news releases originating from ProShares Trust - UltraShort Basic Materials ETF (New) itself, and SMN news from a variety of media outlets. Visitors can browse this news online and through our SMN RSS news feed.

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