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Warrant name Each warrant has an assigned name. The name contains information about the warrant.
Type Calls increase in value as share price rises, Puts increase in value as share price falls.
Exercise price The price at which you can buy (calls) or sell (puts) the underlying
share or index at expiry.
Exercise ratio The number of warrants that entitles you to one unit of the underlying share or index at expiry.
Expiry The date at which the warrant will expire.
Issuer The Bank or Securities company that issues the Warrant.
Traded volume Total volume traded in the Warrant for the current day. A Warrant that has not traded for the day does not necessarily mean that it is not liquid. Click here for more info about Warrant and liquidity.
Bid volume The volume provided at the current highest bid price for the Warrant.
Bid The highest current buy price of the Warrant. This is the value that most accurately reflects the 'value' of the Warrant at any point in time.
Ask volume The volume provided at the current lowest sell price for the Warrant.
Ask The lowest current sell price for the Warrant.
Price change Current bid price for the Warrant compared to the Prior (previous days close). The bid price of the Warrant 1 minute before close of trading at 5.00pm, will be used for the Prior. For more info click here.
Effective gearing Indicates your leveraged exposure. An effective gearing of 5X tells you a 1% move in the underlying stock/index results in an approximate 5% move in your Warrant price. Click here to learn more about effective gearing.
Implied volatility The higher the implied volatility, the higher the price of the Warrant (all other factors held constant). Click here to learn more about implied volatility.

The Price Change (%) is calculated using the current bid price for the warrant compared to the previous day’s closing bid price. At the end of each trading day, we capture the bid price of the warrant slightly before the close of trading and use this to represent the 'closing price'. The relevant times are:

  • 4:44pm for Malaysia underlyings and FBM KLCI warrants
  • 3:58pm for iShares China A50 warrants
  • 4:28pm for HSI warrants
  • 4:43pm for S&P 500® warrants

This will provide the most accurate reference point for investors to track price movements of the Warrant. For more info click here.

The Exercise Prices and Exercise Ratio in the above table in some cases have been rounded to fit the page. Please click on the code to go to the Warrant terms page for the full rounding.


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