- index-linked note
- Obligation, hvor indfrielseskursen er afhængig af udviklingen i et givet aktieindeks (eller en eller flere udvalgte aktier) dog således, at indfrielseskursen ikke kan blive lavere end en på udstedelsestidspunktet fastsat kurs, som oftest er 100%. Se guaranteed notes og equity-linked bonds/notes.
English-Danish financial dictionary. 2015.
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