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Reverse convertibles take the lead in US issuance, with most new deals hailing from Royal Bank of Canada
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US equity-linked products dominate the latest issuance, with products tied to the benchmark S&P 500 index, the Russell 2000 and S&P Midcap 400. Royal Bank of Canada has issued an accelerated growth product linked to the small-cap Russell 2000 index....
Volumes have picked up after a few days of extremely small issuance figures, though as all the products in the latest issuance are reverse convertibles from Royal Bank of Canada and most have three-month maturities, there is little variety and no overall...
The market is back on form, with a week's worth of issuance in one offering. Most of the new issuance is made up of reverse convertibles from Barclays and Royal Bank of Canada. Metals and energy are two of the themes that emerge, although there is huge...
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