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Change+0.340 (+0.35%) Bid96.80% Ask98.30% Last updateOct 23, 2020
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Underlying price- Barr. Dist. %- Coupon p.a. in %3.10% Max. profit p.a.4.52%
Name
3,1% Europa / Global Bonus & Sicherheit 2
ISIN / WKN
AT0000A250X5 / RC0SVZ
Max. profit in %
14.34%
Max. profit p.a. in %
4.52%
Coupon p.a. in %
3.10%
Underlying price
-
Starting value
EUR 100.00
Barrier
EUR 49.00
Distance Barrier
-
Barrier reached
no
Bonus amount
100.00%
Maximum amount
100.00%
Denomination / nominal
EUR 1,000
Payed Coupons
3.10% on Jan 08, 2020
About the term
Initial valuation date
Jan 07, 2019
Issue date
Jan 08, 2019
Final valuation date
Jan 04, 2024
Maturity date
Jan 08, 2024
Product classification
Investment Product without Capital Protection
Security type (eusipa Nr.)
Bonus Certificate (1250)
Bonus Certificate Type
Bonus Certificate with Coupon
Country / region of underlying
-
Suited market expectation
sideways, bullish
Observation barrier
continuously
Bonus level
EUR 100.00
Cap
EUR 100.00
Issue price
100.00%
Spread homogenised
-
Spread in %
1.55%
Multiplier
-
Product currency
EUR
Underlying currency
-
Settlement method
Cash settlement
Tax treatment
Capital Gains Tax / EU Withholding Tax
Public offer in
Austria, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Slovenia
Listing
Vienna, Frankfurt, Stuttgart
Comments

The 3.1% Europe/Global Bonus&Safety 2 certificate enables investors to obtain a fixed interest rate of 3.1% annually. Redemption is effected at 100% provided that the EURO STOXX 50® index and the STOXX® Global Select Dividend 100 index always quote above the barrier of 49% of their respective starting value during the observation period. If the barrier is violated, the investor is entirely subject to market risk.