Product performance

Future Value Consultants provides the analysis of a comparison of three reverse convertibles issued in the US and based on the common stocks of three of the most popular underlyings for retail structured products


The first product is a one-year deal linked to the performance of Cummins, the common stock of which was used as the underlying for more than 30 products with sales accounting for over $30 million dollars of notional sold in December 2011. The second product is linked to the Dow Chemical shares, which were the underlying for seven products in December and sales of $12 million. The final product is a reverse convertible bond linked to the common stock of Apple. All products struck on July 29

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