The Royal Bank of Scotland discusses the development of a series of indexes called the RICI® EnhancedSM Series. These indexes aim to avoid the negative roll yield in benchmark commodity indexes with lower volatility and optimised performance
Please click on the link below to open the PDF of The Royal Bank of Scotland's sponsored statement from the October issue of Structured Products.
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