Merrill Lynch launches its first retail structured note in Singapore

The reference shares are: Apple Computer, Barclays, China Petroleum and Chemical, Exxon Mobil Corporation, ING Groep, Samsung Electronics, Toyota Motor Corporation and Wal-Mart Stores.

The Citrine Giant Booster Notes are available in Singapore dollars and US dollars, paying a fixed coupon of 3% and 6% respectively at the end of six months from their respective issue dates. Thereafter, a variable coupon is paid if all reference shares in the basket trade above a coupon barrier. Coupon payments

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