Market snapshot

Royal Bank of Canada led the issuance tables in the US in October, while Investec Structured Products dominated in the UK


In the US market, the number of products issued fell by more than 50 between September and October, while the total notional amount decreased by $83 million. The average notional invested per product was roughly $2.9 million, a fall of $750,000.

The S&P 500 and Euro Stoxx 50 indexes were the most popular underlying assets in the US for the third consecutive month, comprising over 57% of total notional and being linked to by more than 20% of all products issued in October. Apple was the most

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