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Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF to switch to in-house index
Market Vectors has announced that the Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF (MOO), the largest US-listed agribusiness exchange-traded fund (ETF), is to change its underlying benchmark.
Agribusiness ETF Switching to In-House Benchmark  ETF Trends
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ETF Flows Show Investors Hate Agribusiness
To me, the outflows from the Market Vectors Agribusiness (MOO) really stand out. This ETF (with a unique and memorable ticker) holds companies that produce agrichemicals, fertilizers, seeds, farm machinery, or other agricultural-related products.
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Van Eck Global Announces Market Vectors Equity ETFs 2015 Distributions
Several Market Vectors ETFs may make investments in non-U.S. corporations classified as “passive foreign investment companies.
3 Agriculture ETFs Seeking To Breakout
Fortunately, those misfortunes may be soon be put to rest as the price of the Market Vectors Agribusiness (ETF) (NYSE: MOO) is testing its 52-week highs.
Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF to Get a New Index
The Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF (NYSE: MOO), long the dominant ETF tracking farm equipment and fertilizer producers, will switch indexes on or about March 18.
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The Best Way To Play The Agriculture Revolution With ETFs
ETFs Rudy Martin: Yesterday's most-fashionable sector resides in today's dog house. But you can take some comfort that one of mankind's oldest commercial activities is churning out plenty of present-day profit opportunities.
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Market Vectors Exchange-Traded Funds Now Trading in Chilean Pesos
NUEVA YORK NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Market Vectors ETFs, one of the largest providers of exchange-traded products (ETPs) in the U.S.
Why Food Prices Are Going To Start Soaring
In the state's Central Valley - where nearly 40 percent of all jobs are tied to agriculture production and related processing - the pain has already trickled down.
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Agribusiness ETFs Suffer as Farmers Tighten Belts
With the commodities super cycle hitting a rough patch, the agricultural sector and agribusiness-related exchange traded funds could continue to underperform as farmers try to cut costs.
Earnings Preview: What to Expect from CF Industries' 1Q16 Earnings
... with returns of -4% and -0.5% YTD. The benchmark S&P 500 Index has returned 2.3% and the ETF Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF (MOO) has returned 5.1% YTD. MOO invests about 30% in agricultural chemical companies such as Israel Chemical (ICL).