VanEck Announces Revised Net Asset Value Information for VanEck Russia ETF


NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–VanEck announces that the net asset value (NAV) per share of the VanEck Russia ETF (Cboe:RSX) has been restated as shown below:

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Original NAV 01/03/2022

ANR restated 03/01/2022

Change (%)

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This value differs from the previously published NAV. The NAV adjustment is the result of an error in the NAV calculation for RSX.

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VanEck is accustomed to looking beyond the financial markets to identify trends that can create impactful investment opportunities. We were one of the first US asset managers to offer investors access to international markets. This set the tone for the firm’s drive to identify asset classes and trends – including gold investing in 1968, emerging markets in 1993 and exchange-traded funds in 2006 – which went on to shape the investment management industry.

Today, VanEck offers active and passive strategies with attractive exposures supported by well-designed investment processes. As of January 31, 2022, VanEck managed approximately $78.6 billion in assets, including mutual funds, ETFs and institutional accounts. The firm’s capabilities range from basic investment opportunities to more specialized exposures to enhance portfolio diversification. Our actively managed strategies are powered by extensive bottom-up research and stock selection by portfolio managers with direct experience in the sectors and regions in which they invest. Investability, liquidity, diversity and transparency are essential to experienced decision-making regarding the selection of markets and indices underlying VanEck’s passive strategies.

Since our founding in 1955, putting the interests of our clients first, in all market environments, has been central to the firm’s mission.

Important Disclosures

An investment in RSX may be subject to risks which include, but are not limited to, Russian issuers, foreign securities, emerging market issuers, foreign currencies, certificates of deposit, the basic materials sector, the consumer discretionary, financials sector, industrials sector, real estate sector, utilities sector, small cap companies, equity securities, market, operational, index tracking, concentration of authorized participants, no guarantee of active trading market , trading issues, passive management, fund unit trading, fund unit premium/discount and liquidity risk, issuer-specific changes, undiversified and concentration risks, all of which can adversely affect RSX. Investments in foreign and emerging markets are subject to risks, including changes in economic and political conditions, changes in foreign regulations, changes in exchange rates, unstable governments and limited trading capacity which may make these investments volatile or difficult to trade. Small capitalization companies can be subject to high risks.

Investing involves substantial risks and high volatility, including possible loss of capital. An investor should carefully consider a Fund’s investment objective, risks, charges and expenses before investing. To obtain a prospectus and a short form prospectus, which contain this and other information, call 800.826.2333 or visit Please read the prospectus and simplified prospectus carefully before investing.


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