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The ETF: PowerShares DB Agriculture Double Short ETN (AGA)

 

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PowerShares DB Agriculture Double Short ETN
The PowerShares DB Agriculture Double Long Exchange Traded Note, the PowerShares DB Agriculture Long Exchange Traded Note, the PowerShares DB Agriculture Short Exchange Traded Note and the PowerShares DB Agriculture Double Short Exchange Traded Note are the first exchange traded products providing investors with a cost-effective & convenient way to take short or leveraged views on the performance of the agriculture sector. Each ETN is based on the Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index - Optimum Yield Agriculture, designed to reproduce the performance of certain corn, wheat, soybean and sugar futures contracts plus the returns from investing in three-month U.S. Treasury Bills.

Investment type: ETN (Exchange-Traded Note); listed on the U.S. NYSE exchange

(Note that ETNs, unlike ETFs, are subject to risk if the issuing bank has its credit rating lowered or enters bankruptcy.)

Ticker symbol: AGA

Fund manager: Invesco PowerShares ETNs

Fund information from Invesco PowerShares ETNs: PowerShares DB Agriculture Double Short ETN

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This is the opposite/inverse investment product to the PowerShares DB Agriculture Double Long ETN (DAG).



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