Exchange Traded Note

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Exchange Traded Note

A debt security issued by a financial institution with no coupon and no principal protection. That is, unlike other bonds, the issuer of an exchange traded note is not required to repay the principal at maturity. Rather, the return on an exchange traded note is determined by the performance of some stated market index. Exchange traded notes are negotiable securities traded on an exchange. They often have maturities as long as 30 years.
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27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Royal Bank of Canada today announced a coupon payment for the RBC Yorkville MLP Distribution Growth Leaders Exchange-Traded Note (ETN).
STOXX Limited, a leading provider of innovative, tradable and global index concepts, today announced that the STOXX ASEAN-Five Select Dividend 50 Index was licensed to Nomura Asset Management to serve as the basis for an exchange-traded note (ETN) available today on Tokyo Stock Exchange.
NEW YORK, June 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Royal Bank of Canada today announced a coupon payment for the RBC Yorkville MLP Distribution Growth Leaders Exchange-Traded Note (ETN).
9bn already under management globally in Barclays' exchange-traded note platform.
This is the first exchange-traded note in the market that is focused solely on Business Development Companies.
We're pleased that we can offer investors, through the exchange-traded note structure, a quantitative approach to value investing designed and implemented by our HydePark team.
Todd Steinberg, Head of Equities and Derivatives in the Americas of BNP Paribas said, "Linking our SPECTRUM Index to an ELEMENTS exchange-traded note delivers our proprietary alternative investment strategy in an efficient and liquid security.
As a product specialist and client sales manager, she oversaw USD9bn in assets across 80 exchange-traded notes.
Eight new exchange-traded notes (ETNs) issued by ETFS Foreign Exchange Limited have been tradable on Xetra since Thursday.
today announced that it will implement a 1-for-10 reverse split of its C-Tracks Exchange-Traded Notes Based on the Performance of the Citi Volatility Index Total Return Due November 12, 2020 (the "C-Tracks"), effective January 2, 2013.
TA-BIGITech(TM) can serve as the underlying benchmark for index funds, Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) and Exchange-Traded Notes (ETNs) issued in Israel and abroad.
Exchange-traded notes track the performance of underlying reference indices outside of the commodities sector.