February 13, 2018

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HIMIPref™ Preferred IndicesThese values reflect the December 2008 revision of the HIMIPref™ IndicesValues are provisional and are finalized monthly

Index

MeanCurrentYield(at bid)

MedianYTW

MedianAverageTradingValue

MedianMod Dur(YTW)

Issues

Day’s Perf.

Index Value

Ratchet

0.00 %

0.00 %

0

0.00

0

0.4515 %

2,928.7

FixedFloater

0.00 %

0.00 %

0

0.00

0

0.4515 %

5,374.0

Floater

3.39 %

3.58 %

70,356

18.29

4

0.4515 %

3,097.1

OpRet

0.00 %

0.00 %

0

0.00

0

-0.1557 %

3,143.8

SplitShare

4.67 %

4.46 %

65,133

4.11

5

-0.1557 %

3,754.4

Interest-Bearing

0.00 %

0.00 %

0

0.00

0

-0.1557 %

2,929.3

Perpetual-Premium

5.43 %

4.92 %

64,266

5.87

20

-0.0298 %

2,837.8

Perpetual-Discount

5.38 %

5.37 %

72,192

14.84

14

0.0882 %

2,959.0

FixedReset

4.24 %

4.54 %

160,838

4.09

101

0.1430 %

2,519.5

Deemed-Retractible

5.13 %

5.61 %

90,490

5.75

28

0.1396 %

2,914.6

FloatingReset

3.08 %

3.05 %

38,828

3.73

10

0.4584 %

2,765.9

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PrefBlog is presented as a public service by Hymas Investment Management Inc., Manager / Trustee of Malachite Aggressive Preferred Fundand publisher of PrefLetter, a monthly newsletter directed towards long term buy-and-hold retail investors. James Hymas, president of Hymas Investment Management Inc, with years of experience designing quantitative investment technology and applying this technology to conservative portfolios, seeks to provide institutions and retail investors with the information and advice necessary to produce top quartile returns in the preferred share market without the assumption of excess risk.

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