JP Morgan and Credit Suisse lead US issuance in August

Market snapshot


In the US, just under 75% of all structured products listed in August were structured either as reverse convertibles or leveraged return notes. According to, 315 products were introduced to the market in the month, with a notional of $1.81 billion.

The S&P 500 Index was used as the underlying for 36% of new products, while the Euro Stoxx 50 and the MSCI EAFE also proved popular. The most popular stock used as an underlying asset, based on notional amount, was Ford Motor

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