Mackenzie Investments Announces March 2018 Distributions for its Exchange Traded Funds (MGB, MUB, MFT, MKB, MHYB, MCSB, QBB, QSB, QCB, QTIP, QUIG, QHY, MKC, MUS, MEU, MWD, MXU, QCE, QCN, QUU, QAH, QDX and QDXH)
Mackenzie Investments today announced the March 2018 cash distributions for its Exchange Traded Funds (“ETFs”) listed below that trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and Aequitas NEO Exchange (“NEO”). Unitholders of record on March 20, 2018 will receive cash distributions payable on March 27, 2018.
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