On December 1, Citi executives from the Cross Asset Group and Equities will visit the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the recent IPO and listing on NYSE Arca of C-Tracks Exchange-Traded Notes linked to the Citi Volatility Index Total Return. The C-Tracks Exchange-Traded Notes with ticker symbol “CVOL” began trading on November 15, 2010.
About C-Tracks ETNs linked to the CVOLT
The C-Tracks Exchange-Traded Notes linked to the Citi Volatility Index Total Return provide investors with an investable means to gain directional exposure to the implied volatility of large-cap U.S. stocks. More information is available on
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Investing in the C-Tracks involves risks, including the possible loss of principal. There is no assurance that an active trading market for the C-Tracks will develop or continue.