An index warrant is a structured warrant that is issued over an underlying index e.g. the Hang Seng Index or the S&P 500®. The index call warrant tracks the performance of the underlying index, meaning, it tends to increase in value when the underlying index increases. The opposite is true for an index put warrant. That is, the put warrant tends to decrease in value when the underlying index increases.
Below are some of the more well-known indices.
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Use the live matrix to track the movements of your warrants. The live matrix shows where the warrant’s bid and offer price will be at various levels of the underlying.View Live Matrix
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The Hang Seng Index is the most widely quoted performance indicator of the Hong Kong share market and is one of the most watched indices in the region.More info
The Straits Times Index measures the performance of the 30 largest companies listed on the Singapore exchange.More info
The S&P 500® is widely regarded as the best single gauge of large-cap U.S. equities and is one of the most followed equity indices in the world.More info
The Nikkei 225 is the most widely quoted average of Japanese equities and one of the largest equity indices in Asia by market capitalisation.More info