Barclays Bank has offered a digital and a leveraged return product in the US, both of which offer high rates of return
Digitals and leveraged return notes linked to the S&P 500 are among the latest products to be filed with the SEC, while UBS has offered a reverse convertible linked to MGM Resorts
Leveraged return notes and reverse convertibles remain popular in the latest US public issuance, but HSBC is offering a digital structure with a long tenor and products linked to financials
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