Market Vectors ETFs Announce October 2013 Distributions

market vectorsThe Market Vectors ETF Trust announced regular distributions for its six municipal income ETFs and its income-oriented ETFs.

The following dates apply to distribution declarations for the funds listed below:

Ex-Date Record Date Payable Date
November 1, 2013 November 5, 2013 November 7, 2013
Expected
Distribution Distribution Amount
Fund Ticker Frequency Per Share
Market Vectors Intermediate Municipal Index ETF ITM Monthly $0.0494
Market Vectors Long Municipal Index ETF MLN Monthly $0.0648
Market Vectors Short Municipal Index ETF SMB Monthly $0.0232
Market Vectors High-Yield Municipal Index ETF HYD Monthly $0.1438
Market Vectors Pre-Refunded Municipal Index ETF PRB Monthly $0.0199
Market Vectors Emerging Markets Local Currency Bond ETF EMLC Monthly $0.1100
Market Vectors Investment Grade Floating Rate ETF FLTR Monthly $0.0138
Market Vectors LatAm Aggregate Bond ETF BONO Monthly $0.0950
Market Vectors Renminbi Bond ETF CHLC Monthly $0.0800
Market Vectors CEF Municipal Income ETF XMPT Monthly $0.1210
Market Vectors International High Yield Bond ETF IHY Monthly $0.3100
Market Vectors Fallen Angel High Yield Bond ETF ANGL Monthly $0.1270
Market Vectors Emerging Markets High Yield Bond ETF HYEM Monthly $0.1430
Market Vectors Preferred Securities Ex Financials ETF PFXF Monthly $0.0593
Market Vectors Treasury-Hedged High Yield Bond ETF THHY Monthly $0.0700

The majority, and possibly all, of these distributions will be paid out of net investment income earned by the Funds. A portion of this distribution may come from net short-term realized capital gains or return of capital.

The amount of dividends paid by each fund may vary from time to time. Past amounts of dividends are no guarantee of future dividend payment amounts.

Market Vectors does not provide legal, tax or accounting advice. Any statement contained in this communication concerning U.S. tax matters is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of avoiding penalties imposed on the relevant taxpayer. Shareholders or potential shareholders of the Market Vectors ETFs should obtain their own independent tax advice based on their particular circumstances.

About Market Vectors ETFs

Market Vectors exchange-traded products have been offered since 2006 and span many asset classes, including equities, fixed income (municipal and international bonds) and currency markets. The Market Vectors family totaled $22.3 billion in assets under management, making it the seventh largest ETP family in the U.S. and 10th largest worldwide as of August 31, 2013.

Market Vectors ETFs are sponsored by Van Eck Global. Founded in 1955, Van Eck Global was among the first U.S. money managers helping investors achieve greater diversification through global investing. Today, the firm continues this tradition by offering innovative, actively managed investment choices in hard assets, emerging markets, precious metals including gold, and other alternative asset classes. Van Eck Global has offices around the world and managed approximately $30.6 billion in investor assets as of August 31, 2013.

Please call 888.MKT.VCTR or visit our website for the most recent month-end performance of Market Vectors ETFs. This information will be available no later than seven business days after the most recent month end.

Principal Fund Risk Factors: Bonds and bond funds will decrease in value as interest rates rise. Investors should be willing to accept substantial risk, a high degree of volatility and the potential of significant loss. The Funds may also be subject to credit risk, interest rate risk, sovereign debt risk, tax risk, and risks associated with non-investment grade securities. The Funds may loan their securities, which may subject them to additional credit and counterparty risk.

Market Vectors Municipal Bond ETFs Risk: Municipal bonds are subject to risks related to litigation, legislation, political change, conditions in underlying sectors or in local business communities and economies, bankruptcy or other changes in the issuer’s financial condition, and/or the discontinuance of taxes supporting the project or assets or the inability to collect revenues for the project or from the assets. Additional risks include credit, interest rate, call, reinvestment, tax, market and lease obligation risk.

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