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iPath Bloomberg Energy SubTR ETN -- USA Etf  

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iPath Bloomberg Energy SubTR ETN Declines 2.82 percent for Jun 13
More notable recent iPath Bloomberg Energy Total Return Sub-Index ETN news were published by Marketwatch.com which released iPath Bloomberg Sugar Subindex Total Return ETN on December 21, 2009, also Marketwatch.

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