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Fourteen reverse convertibles, mostly from UBS, one autocallable and two leveraged return notes make up the latest batch of structured products to be filed with the SEC
Goldman Sachs is offering a leveraged return note based on an extraordinary 20 US stocks. Friday's registration of structured products for the public issuance market was otherwise peppered with reve...
Both JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs filed three new products with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on March 21, offering a selection of autocallable, straddle, reverse convertible and leverage...
UBS and Credit Suisse have both filed products based on the performance of Apple shares with the SEC. Half of the latest products registered with the regulator are leveraged return notes
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Thirty-one structured products were registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on March 9, with UBS providing nine autocallables and reverse convertibles
Fifty-two structured products were registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on March 7, maintaining the boost in issuance that began the previous day
A mass of new structured products registered in the US public market are dominated by HSBC and UBS, though Goldman Sachs stands out in terms of tenor with its five-year capital-protected note
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Barclays Bank has filed two structured products with the US Securities and Exchange Commission based on State Street industrial and technology exchange-traded funds
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