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Participation rate
Many structured products incorporate returns at maturity that are calculated by multiplying the performance of the Underlying (which can be an index, stock basket or fund) by a fixed percentage. This percentage is called the participation rate. For example, a 70% participation in the index means that 70% of the performance of the Underlying index Will be used to calculate the maturity payout. If the product comes with a 100% capital guarantee, the participation rate Will only apply to the upside, not to index losses.
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