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ProFunds Rising U.S. Dollar Fund Service Class (RDPSX)

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26.01+0.07 (+0.27%)
At close: 08:00PM EDT
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Previous close25.94
YTD return2.17%
Expense ratio (net)2.78%
CategoryTrading--Miscellaneous
Last cap gain0.00
Morningstar rating★★★★★
Morningstar risk ratingAverage
Sustainability ratingN/A
Net assets25.88M
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
Yield0.00%
5y average returnN/A
Holdings turnover1,297.00%
Last dividend0.00
Average for categoryN/A
Inception date17 Feb 2005
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