(Bloomberg) -- F-Squared Investments agreed to pay $35 million over U.S. regulatory claims that it misled investors about the performance of a trading strategy used by exchange- traded funds.

The firm admitted to using hypothetical performance data for a seven-year period before the product existed, the Securities and Exchange Commission said in a statement today. Investors were told that the performance represented actual results, the SEC said.

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