Both issuers also launched near identical accelerated growth structures linked to the S&P 500. Each lasts two years, although Goldman product is more conservative, offering 150% participation in index rises with a downside buffer of 20%, whereas Morgan Stanley's product features 200% participation with 10% downside protection. However, the upside caps are relatively similar, with upper limits ultimately at around 48% for each.
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