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IBH

The pricing seems wierd, to have a discount or premium with such little time left in the product. I can surmise only that the UCR, if traded at liquidation value at current oil levels, would be a no risk short sell (if it could be borrowable). Since the value cannot go higher than $40 at liquidation, if the value today were at that level, you have a no risk trade. As we know, there is no free lunch on wall street, so the price is probably apprpraite fot the risk till expiry. If this product is offered again, it would probably have some different structure and triggers to account for a large price change.

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