Short-term leveraged notes the new battleground in Germany

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Self-directed investors in Germany have a wider range of products to choose from than ever before, as bank providers shift more resources into short-term trading products, generally referred to in the German market as Hebelprodukte (leveraged products). Issuers continue with longer-term placement products such as capital-protected notes, as well as bonus certificates and express certificates, which may often only be held for a few months. But in the past 12 months the main battleground for

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