Product performance

FVC’s Tim Mortimer analyses three products that typically appear in the US market, a capital-at-risk product linked to the common stock of Bank of America, a growth product based on Lululemon, and a hypothetical capital-protected structured based around the S&P 500


This month's analysis is of three product types regularly issued in the US retail market: a typical capital-at-risk product linked to the common stock of Bank of America; a product paying two times the rise in the common stock of Lululemon; and, finally, a hypothetical capital-protected deal linked to the most common US structured products underlying, the S&P 500 Index. All three products have a strike date of September 16, 2011 and the analysis concentrates on the first six months of the

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