The Fund seeks long positions in DX Contracts with a view to tracking the changes in the level of the Deutsche Bank Long USD Currency Portfolio Index - Excess Return, plus the excess of the sum of the Funds Treasury Income, Money Market Income and T-Bill ETF Income over the expenses of the Fund.
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|Name||Invesco DB USD Idx Bl|
|Total Net Assets||517.70|
|Asset Class||Fixed Income|
|Sub Asset Class||Alternative Currency Strategies Funds|
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