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Use of LIBOR in structured products

The benchmark LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate), the official interest rate in which leading banks borrows funds from other banks...
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The rise of the range accrual

The Range Accrual product type is a long established payoff within the world of structured products. It provides income or growth that...
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US tactical fund strategy

RBC have issued a five year note in the US market linked to the RBC Global Tactical Equity Total Return Index. The main interest in...
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FVC UK structured product performance study

FVC produced its first in depth report on structured product performance a year ago and we have now updated it to the end of 2019....
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Top three structured product underlyings globally

The three largest geographical regions in the structured products market are North America, Asia Pacific and Europe. In total these...
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Reverse convertibles: preferring fixed income

Despite losing ground to Auto-calls as the high yield structured product of choice, Reverse Convertibles retain decent market share....
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Gold Miners product gets top spot

When markets are anticipating a recession, Gold becomes an attractive commodity as investors seek a safe haven from equity markets...
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Defensive and step down auto-calls

Auto-calls remain very popular in most structured products markets. When this product type first appeared the most common treatment...
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Gold linked structured products

Gold has always been a fascinating underlying in the investment world with its status as a key commodity, pseudo-currency and...
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Selection of international structured products

Retail structured products are issued all around the world and they can be linked to different underlyings, vary in currency and...
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