The latest offering for the US market includes three products based on a variation on the Standard & Poor's Depository Receipts (SPDR), which was the first US-listed exchange-traded fund (ETF). They provide...
After a few days of large and varied issuances in the US market, the latest offering has a much smaller choice and consists solely of Barclays reverse convertibles, although the underlying stocks still...
Basket products with interesting and varied underlyings are the name of the game in the latest offering. Barclays and Credit Suisse both have an accelerated growth product based on the same five underlyings....
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Barclays Wealth says kick-out structures remain popular in the UK market, where investors want defined risk and return investments, despite the recent confusion around their ISA eligibility. The bank is reissuing two kick-out structures to UK investors....
While reverse convertibles make up the majority of the latest issuance, benchmark indexes and basket products also feature strongly. Credit Suisse has issued two principal-protected basket products, offering exposure to the same group of underlyings....
The market has returned to accelerated growth products as a staple in the latest offering, and benchmark indexes are used in several products – not just the market favourite, the S&P 500, but also the Russell 2000 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average....
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), the UK tax regulator, released a bulletin on March 25 reclassifying kick-out products as short-term investments, thereby rendering them ineligible for use in Independent Savings Accounts (ISAs). “If you have a plan with...
Capital-at-risk products continue to be the most popular type of product issued in the UK. In March, as in February, capital-at-risk annual kick-outs were the most favoured product, followed by capital-protected fixed-growth and capital-at-risk growth...
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