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Underlying price-- Gear Factor-2.00
Name
Factor Certificate DAX® Future
ISIN / WKN
AT0000A0SM66 / RCE2PL
Underlying
Underlying price
-
Gear Factor
-2.00
Threshold
40.00%
Factor Level
EUR 18,447.86
Protection Level
EUR 17,218.60
Denomination / nominal
1 unit
Multiplier
1:1111.4186
Product currency
EUR
Listing
Vienna, Frankfurt, Stuttgart
About the term
Initial valuation date
Dec 07, 2011
Issue date
Dec 07, 2011
Final valuation date
-
Maturity date
open-end
Product classification
Leverage Product without Knock-Out
Security type (eusipa Nr.)
Factor Certificate (2300)
Factor Certificate Type
Factor Certificate Short
Underlying
Country / region of underlying
Germany
Suited market expectation
bearish
Issue price
100.00 EUR
Spread homogenised
66.69
Spread in %
1.08%
Underlying currency
-
Settlement method
Cash settlement
Tax treatment
Capital Gains Tax / No EU Withholding Tax
Public offer in
-
Comments

Factor Certificates enable investors to participate with a leverage effect in the performance of the underlying. The certificates have a constant leverage factor, no knock-out and are open-ended. Short Factor Certificates provide investors with above average profit opportunities in falling markets.

Please note: The leverage effect of a Factor Certificate means that fluctuations in the value of the underlying have a disproportionate impact on the value of the Factor Certificate. Even small price fluctuations against the investor's market opinion can lead to the loss of a substantial part of the capital invested, up to a total loss. If the underlying of the certificate is a future (e.g. in the case of commodities), the issue of rolling must be taken into account. Investors are also exposed to the exchange rate risk if the currency of the underlying does not equal the currency of the Factor Certificate.

Factor Certificates are not suitable for long-term investment.

For further information on this product category, please refer to our brochure on Factor Certificates.