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November 22nd, 2006

Newbridge Nanotech Index (NNIX) Announces Quarterly Changes

Abstract:
Newbridge Securities Corporation today announced the quarterly rebalancing and reconstitution of its Newbridge Nanotechnology Index (NYSEArca: NNIX).

We removed one constituent this quarter, reducing the total number of companies included to 24. Constituents subject to the 10% index weight cap were Headwaters (NYSE: HW), FEI Co. (NasdaqGM: FEIC), Amcol (NYSE: ACO), and Symyx Technologies (NasdaqGS: SMMX). The NNIX ended the quarterly period at 883.25, up 7.8% from the last rebalance on August 18.

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