Market snapshot: Reverse convertibles back on top in the US

Market snapshot


The S&P 500 Index remained the most popular underlying in the US retail market in January, with almost 60% of all newly issued structured products linked to it. The US benchmark equity index was followed in popularity by the Russell 2000 and the Euro Stoxx 50 indexes. The three indexes together accounted for almost $740 million of the notional recorded by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The most popular underlying stock for structured products listed with the SEC was Valero Energy

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