Trade of the month: UK alternatives to the FTSE 100

Trade of the month

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The UK structured retail product market shows a strong bias towards the FTSE 100, the main domestic equity index, which comprises the largest 100 stocks listed on the London Stock Exchange. The two peaks of non-FTSE 100-linked product issuance in the past 12 years occurred during the height of the precipice bond issuance (in which the Euro Stoxx 50 index featured strongly) and during the pre-credit crunch increase in risk appetite.

Choices of non-FTSE 100

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