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The performance quoted represents historical performance and is not an indication that the index is more or less likely to increase or decrease in the future. Index performance does not reflect investor fees. For all periods prior to March 12, 2008 (the date S&P began publication of the Index), the closing value of the Index used in this table are hypothetical values retrospectively calculated by S&P using the same methodology as is currently employed for calculating the Index, based on historical data.

The Investor Fee is equal to 0.55% times the principal amount of your ETNs, times the Index Factor, calculated on a daily basis in the following manner: The Investor Fee on the inception date will equal zero. On each subsequent calendar day until maturity or early redemption, the Investor Fee will increase by an amount equal to the 0.55% times the principal amount of your ETNs times the Index Factor on that day (or, if such day is not an index business day, the Index Factor on the immediately preceding an index businees day) divided by 365. The Index Factor on any given day will be equal to the closing value of the Index on that day divided by the initial index level. The initial index level is the value of the Index on the inception date.