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Issue price0.47 EUR Redemption price0.00 EUR Issue dateApr 04, 2022 Maturity dateMar 22, 2023
Name
Call Wienerberger AG
ISIN / WKN
AT0000A2X406 / RC06BP
Underlying
Capital protection amount
-
Participation factor
-
Cap
unlimited
Coupon p.a. in %
0.00%
Underlying price
EUR 32.50 (-2.05%)
Apr 16, 2024 15:30:00.000
Starting value
EUR 27.20
Strike
EUR 26.00
Denomination / nominal
1 unit
About the term
Initial valuation date
Apr 01, 2022
Issue date
Apr 04, 2022
Final valuation date
Mar 17, 2023
Maturity date
Mar 22, 2023
Product classification
Leverage Product without Knock-Out
Security type (eusipa Nr.)
Warrant (2100)
Warrant Type
Call without Cap
Underlying
Country / region of underlying
Austria
Suited market expectation
bullish
Issue price
0.47 EUR
Spread homogenised
-
Spread in %
-
Underlying currency
EUR
Settlement method
Cash settlement
Tax treatment
Capital Gains Tax / No EU Withholding Tax
Public offer in
Austria, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Slovenia
Agio in %
-
Agio p.a. in %
-
Leverage
-
Intrinsic Value
-
Time value
-
Break even
-
Moneyness
-
Historic volatility 30 days
13.51%
Historic volatility 250 days
22.26%
Omega
-
Delta
-
Gamma
-
Vega
-
Theta
-
Rho
-
Comments

Call warrants enable investors to participate with a leverage effect in rising underlying prices. In addition to the performance of the underlying, the volatility of the underlying has substantial influence on the pricing of the warrant.

Warrants provide for above average profit opportunities but bear as well an increased risk to incur a total loss. Thus is particularly important that the investor continuously observes the position.