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AUST AND NZ BANKING GROUP Instalment MINIANZJOH

Bid
14.500 AUD
Ask
14.510 AUD
Change In Percent
1.05%
Updated: 27.05.2022 16:21:26
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Base Data
Product TypeInstalment MINI
Warrant CodeANZJOH
UnderlyingAUST AND NZ BANKING GROUP
Maturity Date12/03/2025
Final Instalment11.175 AUD
Stop Loss Trigger Level12.470 AUD
First Instalment14.51
StyleAmerican
Key Data
Underlying Spot Price25.680 AUD
Effective Gearing43.52 %
Approx. % from Stop Loss51.44%
Product Description
For a portion of the share price, Instalment MINIs offer investors the potential economic benefits for dividends, franking credits and capital appreciation as if they owned the shares. At maturity, investors can pay a Final Instalment to receive the shares, roll into a new Instalment MINI series or walk away from the investment receiving the residual value. As with any investment that offers the potential for profit there is a corresponding potential for loss. You should appreciate and understand all of the risks before investing in this product. Please see the relevant PDS for further details.
Investors in CitiFirst instalment warrants (including SFI, reset and instalment MINI warrants) should note that from 5 October 2021 they will not be able to defer the payment of their final instalment (at the maturity of the warrant) by rolling into a new series of instalment warrants, unless they are a ‘wholesale client’ under the Corporations Act.
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