Trade of the month: Bear market products

Trade of the month: Bear market products

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Bear products can act as a hedge against market exposure

The vast majority of structured products follow strategies that are equivalent to being long an underlying index or asset, though they may not fully reflect an increase in the value of that underlying. This group includes principal-protected products, super-trackers, autocalls and even reverse convertibles. The performance of the structured product will improve in line (at least up to a certain limit) with the underlying, either at final value or over the product’s lifetime. This is sometimes

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