The SPDR® S&P® Semiconductor ETF (NYSE: XSD) is announcing that on September 21, 2011, it will record additional securities lending income as a result of a stock lending transaction.

The total amount to be recorded by the fund is listed below. When the fund calculates its net asset value (“NAV”) per share on Wednesday, September 21, 2011, it is estimated that the Fund’s NAV will be impacted by the receipt of the corresponding income in the amount stated below based on the shares outstanding as of September 19, 2011.
Fund   Income Received  

Shares Outstanding asof September 19, 2011
  Per Share Amount

The SPDR® S&P®Semiconductor ETF(NYSE: XSD)
  $181,683   1,600,000   $0.1136

State Street manages $266 billion* in SPDR ETF assets worldwide (as of June 30, 2011) and is one of the largest ETF providers in the US and globally.

About SPDR Exchange Traded Funds

SPDR ETFs are a comprehensive family spanning an array of international and domestic asset classes. SPDR ETFs provide professional investors with the flexibility to select investments that are precisely aligned to their investment strategy. Recognized as the industry pioneer, State Street created the first ETF in 1993 (SPDR S&P 500 – Ticker SPY). Since then, we’ve sustained our place as an industry innovator through the introduction of many ground-breaking products, including first-to-market launches with gold, international real estate, international fixed income and sector ETFs. For more information, visit www.spdrs.com.

About State Street Global Advisors

State Street Global Advisors (SSgA) is a global leader in asset management. The firm is relied on by sophisticated investors worldwide for its disciplined investment process, powerful global investment platform and access to every major asset class, capitalization range and style. SSgA is the asset management business of State Street, one of the world’s leading providers of financial services to institutional investors.

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