JP Morgan note delivers unlimited upside and returns on the downside of the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index Fund as long as a 76.7% barrier is not breached
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HypoVereinsbank has produced a four-year autocallable for German investors based on Deutsche Bank stock, paying an annual 4.4% coupon. Principal is at risk if the stock breaches the final-day barrier
RBC is offering an income product that relies on the stock performance of 3D printer manufacturer 3D Systems for the return of capital, but has no such restriction on the quarterly income payment. The annualised coupon is 13.75%
Gilliat has presented UK investors with three payouts within one product, with the investor free to choose the FTSE 100, Euro Stoxx 50 or Russell 2000 as underlyings. The product is structured with a series of European call and put options
Royal Bank of Canada is the issuer of a six-year, dual index kickout product on offer in the UK through Meteor. Capital is at risk if the call is not triggered and either index has fallen by more than 40%
HSBC has released a note linked to the Russell 2000 that offers investors full upside participation, plus a fixed 15% if the index stays flat during the three-year term
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