Index warrant

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Index warrant

A stock index option issued by either a corporate or a sovereign entity as part of a security offering, and guaranteed by an option clearing corporation.

Index Warrant

An option on a stock index or other security index. Those who buy and sell index warrants are often hedging against the overall movement of the index that the option tracks. For example, one may take a long position on an index fund, where the investor benefits if the index rises, and simultaneously purchase put index warrants locking in a certain price to sell the index fund if the long position does not rise.
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In addition to stock warrants, there are also domestic stock index warrants such as those for the Taiwan Top 50 Tracker Fund and overseas stock index warrants such as those for the Hong Kong ETF (exchange traded fund).
Securities and Exchange Commission registering $15 billion of securities that may be issued in the form of debt securities, common stock warrants, index warrants, preferred stock, depositary shares, stock purchase contracts, stock purchase units, and common stock.
Securities and Exchange Commission registering $10 billion of securities which may be issued in the form of debt securities, junior subordinated debt securities, index warrants, and trust preferred securities of subsidiary trusts.
include index warrants and various index-linked notes.
Mikaliunas works closely with AMEX member firms and issuers in developing and implementing various structured products for listing on the Exchange, including currency warrants, index warrants and equity-linked notes.
narrow-based index warrants growing in popularity because they will
marketplace to trade domestic index warrants by listing Merrill Lynch Call Warrants on the Russell 2000 Index.
4 million offering of Morgan Stanley Nikkei 225 Index Call Warrants on August 16 was the largest offering of listed index warrants ever, and the first issue of warrants on the Nikkei 225 since 1990.
Nikkei 225 Index Warrants have been absent for some time,"
Bickford will oversee the creation and implementation of all structured derivative products, including currency warrants, index warrants and various other products.
The introduction of the Hong Kong 30 Index warrants follows earlier precedents set by the Exchange when it was the first U.
The recent listings of Hong Kong Index Warrants mirror the burgeoning interest in the Hong Kong marketplace -- which many view as a gateway to investment opportunities in Southern China and throughout Southeastern Asia," he added.