Sales of Callable Stock-Tied Notes Soar in U.S.
U.S. investors are buying a record volume of equity-tied structured notes that may be redeemed early, betting that stock values at an all-time high will keep rising.
Banks sold $8.62 billion of callable U.S. securities tied to stocks this year, 39 percent more than a year earlier and the most since at least January 2010, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. They issued a record $1.09 billion of the notes last month.
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