Product performance

Product performance

General Electric: popular underlying

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This month's comparison of product performance looks at three reverse convertibles issued in the US. The notes use the three most popular underlyings for reverse convertibles in the US market as of August 2011, based on notional sales. The first product, which is tied to Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold, is a $49.5 million one-year reverse convertible with an 80% closing day barrier and an issuer funding rate of 100 points. The second is based on General Electric, has a six

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