Sept. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Zagreb Stock Exchange on Sept. 21 will start trading structured products issued by Austria’s Erste Group Bank AG, as its first foreign issuer.
The financial instruments to be traded are the Index Certificates, Turbo-Long and Turbo-Short Certificates, with DAX as the underlying index, Croatia’s main bourse announced in a statement on its website.
“It is the first new type of financial instrument on the Zagreb stock exchange and the first instruments admitted to trading on the Zagreb Stock Exchange International Multilateral Trading Facility,” according to the bourse statement.
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