Barclays has gone reverse convertible crazy in the latest US issuance and the underlyings are hugely varied.
The Reverse Convertible Notes linked to Eldorado Gold issued by the bank have a high riskmap rating of 7.7, partly due to the volatility of the underlying. The six-month investment offers 9% annual returns. There is a 75% barrier, after which capital is lost at the rate of 1:1.
At the other end of the spectrum, the Barclays Reverse Convertible Notes linked to Vertex Pharmaceuticals have a
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