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ETN (Exchange Traded Notes) are considered as a new investment instrument which is comprised of bank liabilities, issued in the form of exchange notes. For the most part, the cost of an ETN is derived from the price of an asset, for example: a securities index. These assets can be commodities futures, shares, bonds, etc. As is the case with almost all forms of debt, a bank which issues an exchange note should settle the debt within a specified amount of time by paying the investor the amount indicated in the ETN. Liabilities can be sold on the stock exchange at the current market price. Exchange notes are tied to securities indices and are currently issued by practically every large, international bank

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