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Van Eck filed regulatory paperwork in May detailing index shifts for two of its ETFs to in-house indexes created by the company’s own indexing subsidiary.
The planned changes, which should take effect by early summer, cover the Market Vectors Africa ETF (NYSE Arca: AFK) and the Market Vectors Gulf States ETF (NYSE Arca: MES), and are just the latest of a series of similar index shifts the company has carried out since establishing its own Frankfurt-based indexing unit last year.
Market Vectors continues its move to self-indexing with planned shift on two more ETFs.