Most structured products feature components that allow investors to benefit from increases in the value of the underlying asset to which the product is linked. This is generally achieved by a combination of a zero-coupon bond to repay capital plus one or more call options to provide a return generated by appreciation in the asset.
Away from structured products, exchange-traded options have been used for decades by both fund managers and ordinary investors for hedging and speculative purposes. Ge
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