Global X Proposes 13 New ETFs

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September 21, 2009 9:57am ETF BASIC NEWS

comingsooonGlobal X Funds filed a prospectus on September 10 with the Securities and Exchange Commission to launch 13 new ETFs. Global X plans 6 chineese funds, the Global X China Consumer ETF, Global X China Energy ETF, Global X


China Financials ETF, Global X China Industrials ETF, Global X China Materials ETF, and the Global X China Technology ETF. Global X is also filed for 7 other foreign market ETFs: Global X Denmark ETF, Global X Emerging Africa ETF, Global X Finland ETF, Global X Norway ETF, Global X Pakistan ETF, Global X Poland ETF, and the Global X United Arab Emirates ETF.

Global X China Consumer ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X China Consumer ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure performance of the investable universe of companies in the Consumer sector of the Chinese economy, as defined by [index provider]. [Index provider] does not guarantee the inclusion of all relevant securities in the Underlying Index. Only shares open to foreign ownership are eligible for inclusion in the Underlying Index, such as Hong Kong listed securities incorporated in main land China (H-shares) or with main business operations in China (Red Chips), and Chinese ADRs and GDRs.
The Fund defines Consumer companies as companies that are included in the [ ] Index at the time of purchase and generally includes companies whose businesses involve: general retail; diversified consumer services; food production and retail; beverages; household goods; leisure goods; personal goods; automobiles, auto components and distributors; tobacco; media; and travel and leisure. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X China Energy ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X China Energy ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure performance of the investable universe of companies in the Energy sector of the Chinese economy, as defined by [index provider]. [Index provider] does not guarantee the inclusion of all relevant securities in the Underlying Index. Only shares open to foreign ownership are eligible for inclusion in the Underlying Index, such as Hong Kong listed securities incorporated in main land China (H-shares) or with main business operations in China (Red chips), and Chinese ADRs and GDRs.
The Fund defines Energy companies as companies that are included in the [ ] Index at the time of purchase and generally includes companies whose businesses involve: oil, gas, consumable fuels, alternative energy and electricity production and distribution; and energy equipment and services. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X China Financials ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X China Financials ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure performance of the investable universe of companies in the Financials sector of the Chinese economy, as defined by [index provider]. [Index provider] does not guarantee the inclusion of all relevant securities in the Underlying Index. Only shares open to foreign ownership are eligible for inclusion in the Underlying Index, such as Hong Kong listed securities incorporated in main land China (H-shares) or with main business operations in China (Red chips), and Chinese ADRs and GDRs. The Fund defines Financial companies as companies that are included in the [ ] Index at the time of purchase and generally includes companies whose businesses involve: banking; insurance; real estate; and financial services. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X China Industrials ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X China Industrials ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure performance of the investable universe of companies in the Industrials sector of the Chinese economy, as defined by [index provider]. [Index provider] does not guarantee the inclusion of all relevant securities in the Underlying Index. Only shares open to foreign ownership are eligible for inclusion in the Underlying Index, such as Hong Kong listed securities incorporated in main land China (H-shares) or with main business operations in China (Red chips), and Chinese ADRs and GDRs.
The Fund defines Industrial companies as companies that are included in the [ ] Index at the time of purchase and generally includes companies whose businesses involve: construction and materials; electronic and electrical equipment; industrial engineering; industrial transportation; and support services; and trading companies, shipbuilding and aerospace. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X China Materials ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X China Materials ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure performance of the investable universe of companies in the Materials sector of the Chinese economy, as defined by [index provider]. [Index provider] does not guarantee the inclusion of all relevant securities in the Underlying Index. Only shares open to foreign ownership are eligible for inclusion in the Underlying Index, such as Hong Kong listed securities incorporated in main land China (H-shares) or with main business operations in China (Red chips), and Chinese ADRs and GDRs.
The Fund defines Materials companies as companies that are included in the [ ] Index at the time of purchase and generally includes companies whose businesses involve: chemicals; metals and mining; and forestry and paper products. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X China Technology ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X China Technology ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure performance of the investable universe of companies in the Technology sector of the Chinese economy, as defined by [index provider]. [Index provider] does not guarantee the inclusion of all relevant securities in the Underlying Index. Only shares open to foreign ownership are eligible for inclusion in the Underlying Index, such as Hong Kong listed securities incorporated in main land China (H-shares) or with main business operations in China (Red chips), and Chinese ADRs and GDRs.
The Fund defines Technology companies as companies that are included in the [ ] Index at the time of purchase and generally includes companies whose businesses involve: software; computers and peripherals; diversified telecommunication services; communications equipment; semiconductor and semiconductor equipment; internet software and services; IT services; electronic equipment, instruments and components; wireless telecommunication services; and office electronics. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X Denmark [ ] ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X Denmark [ ] ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure broad based equity market performance in Denmark. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X Emerging Africa [ ] ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X Emerging Africa [ ] ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure broad based performance of the investable equity market in the African continent excluding South Africa. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X Finland [ ] ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X Finland [ ] ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure broad based equity market performance in Finland. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X Norway [ ] ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X Norway [ ] ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure broad based equity market performance in Norway. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X Pakistan [ ] ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X Pakistan [ ] ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure broad based equity market performance in Pakistan. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X Poland [ ] ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X Poland [ ] ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure broad based equity market performance in Poland. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

Global X United Arab Emirates [ ] ETF
Investment Objective
The Global X United Arab Emirates [ ] ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the [ ] Index (the “Underlying Index”).
Principal Investment Strategy
The Underlying Index is a free float adjusted, liquidity tested and market capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure broad based equity market performance in the United Arab Emirates. As of [ ] 2009, the Underlying Index’s three largest stocks were [ ], [ ] and [ ].

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