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Call Warrant on Credit Suisse Group AG

  • Valor 121582937
  • ISIN CH1215829370
  • Symbol WCSC0V
Bid (indicative)
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Ask (indicative)
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CurrencyCHF
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Credit Suisse Group AGCHF 
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Key data
Leverage

Leverage is a measure of the percentage change in the price of an option given a one percent change in the price of the underlying instrument.

8.49
Gearing

Current price of the underlying instrument divided by the price of the warrant. A warrant can be based on a fraction or a multiple of the underlying, which has to be taken into consideration. Gearing merely states how many warrants can be bought for the same amount of money as one unit of the underlying security.

21.23
Break Even

Price of underlying at which neither a profit nor a loss result. With reference to a call option, break even corresponds to the underlying price plus the price of the warrant. With reference to a put option, break even corresponds to the underlying price minus the price of the warrant. Also called: break-even point.

CHF 3.56
Intrinsic Value

The value of an option that could be realized when exercised. In practice, intrinsic value is viewed as the positive difference between the current market price of the underlying and the strike price.

0.00
Delta

Measure indicating the change in the price of an option when the price of the underlying instrument changes by one unit and all other factors remain unchanged.

0.40
Premium10.6800%
Life cycle
Initial fixing27/09/2022
First Trading Day28/09/2022
Payment date04/10/2022
Final fixing17/03/2023
Redemption24/03/2023
Sustainability feature
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UnderlyingClosing PriceStrike Price
CHF 3.172CHF 3.41

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Key data
Leverage

Leverage is a measure of the percentage change in the price of an option given a one percent change in the price of the underlying instrument.

8.49
Gearing

Current price of the underlying instrument divided by the price of the warrant. A warrant can be based on a fraction or a multiple of the underlying, which has to be taken into consideration. Gearing merely states how many warrants can be bought for the same amount of money as one unit of the underlying security.

21.23
Break Even

Price of underlying at which neither a profit nor a loss result. With reference to a call option, break even corresponds to the underlying price plus the price of the warrant. With reference to a put option, break even corresponds to the underlying price minus the price of the warrant. Also called: break-even point.

CHF 3.56
Intrinsic Value

The value of an option that could be realized when exercised. In practice, intrinsic value is viewed as the positive difference between the current market price of the underlying and the strike price.

0.00
Delta

Measure indicating the change in the price of an option when the price of the underlying instrument changes by one unit and all other factors remain unchanged.

0.40
Premium10.6800%
Life cycle
Initial fixing27/09/2022
First Trading Day28/09/2022
Payment date04/10/2022
Final fixing17/03/2023
Redemption24/03/2023
Sustainability feature
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Figures
SSPA categorisationWarrant
SymbolWCSC0V
Securities No.121582937
ISINCH1215829370
TypeCall
StyleAmerican
Strike price

Reference price of the underlying used to calculate the cash settlement on expiry of the warrant. In cases of physical delivery it is the price at which the underlying is bought (call) or sold (put). Also called: exercise price

CHF 3.41
Underlying/
ISIN of underlying
Credit Suisse
CH0012138530
Ratio0.5282
ListingSIX Structured Products Exchange
Additional conditions
IssuerBank Vontobel AG, Zurich
Lead ManagerBank Vontobel AG, Zurich
Redemption / deliverycash payment
Issuance ProgrammeLink to the Issuance Program