This makes the shares interesting for yield enhancement products: Barrier reverse convertibles bring higher coupons in this phase. For example, a one-year Autocallable Barrier Reverse Convertible (1230) on Swatch Group generates a coupon of up to 9.40% p.a. with an American barrier of 65% and an Autocall Level of 100% on quarterly observation.
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