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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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Credit Suisse Group, the issuer of his exchange-traded note, is shutting down the fund after it dropped more than 90 percent.
The VelocityShares 3x Inverse Natural Gas exchange-traded note, which is available to retail investors and offers outsize gains if natural-gas futures fall, is up 76% this month.
The VelocityShares Daily 2x VIX Short Term exchange-traded note jumped 28.
Royal Bank of Canada has declared a coupon payment for the RBC Yorkville MLP Distribution Growth Leaders Exchange-Traded Note (ETN) (NYSE Arca: YGRO).
I was reminded of Lynch's "rule" when I was recently introduced to MLPN, Credit Suisse's exchange-traded note (ETN) based on the Cushing 30 MLP Index.
If so, you may also be invested in VelocityShares, which had the worst-performing exchange-traded note in the last year .
Barclays Capital, the wealth unit of Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC), has announced that it has launched a volatility exchange-traded note.
Rogers International Commodity Metal ETN (RJZ): This lighter traded exchange-traded note (ETN) is based on Rogers International Commodity Index-Total Returns.
Notably, Cerulli reported that although it's not offered by ETF sponsors, the Index Universe ETF Analytics tool, which launched this year, rates and evaluates every ETF and exchange-traded note on the market using proprietary data points.
They shared trading positions and strategies for TVIX, an exchange-traded note with a market price that traded at a premium to its value after new issuances of the note were temporarily suspended.
Royal Bank of Canada reported a coupon payment for the RBC Yorkville MLP distribution growth leaders exchange-traded note (ETN).
For example, exposure to commodities can be achieved via futures contracts, physical storage or related equities, which may be packaged as a traditional 1940 Act ETF, an exchange-traded note or a limited partnership.