US Wrap: Benchmark indexes return

Benchmark indexes are back for products in the US market, if the latest issuance is anything to go by. The S&P 500 features heavily and the Dow Jones Industrial Average is used for a principal-protected note.

Although the Dow Jones Industrial Average is used as a measure of market performance in the US, it does not feature often in products issued for the market. The Market Index Target-Term Securities Linked to the Dow Jones Industrial Average are five-year investments issued by Bank of America

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