NEW YORK & CHICAGO -- Invesco PowerShares and Deutsche Bank announced today that they have renamed 11 recently-listed long and short Agriculture, Gold, and Commodity exchange traded notes (ETNs) linked to variations of the Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index.
What does DBLCI stand for?
DBLCI stands for Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index
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PowerShares DB Base Metals ETNs Deutsche Bank will issue four ETNs linked to the Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index - Optimum Yield Industrial Metals(TM).
NEW YORK -- Deutsche Bank today announced that it will issue four Exchange-Traded Notes (ETNs) linked to the Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index(TM) and Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index - Optimum Yield(TM).
and Mexican stock exchanges, and offers investors transparency and access to the Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index - Excess Return Optimum Yield (TM) (DBLCI-OY).
Next month DBC plans to adopt the futures roll rules of the Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index - Excess Return Optimum Yield(TM) (DBLCI-OY), which employs a rules-based approach when it rolls from one futures contract to another for each commodity in the index.