Barrier Level definition

Barrier Level means the Barrier Level as specified in § 1 of the Product and Underlying Data.
Barrier Level means 65.00%, being the percentage against which the performance of the Index will be measured in order to determine the Final Redemption Amount.
Barrier Level means 65.00 per cent.

Examples of Barrier Level in a sentence

  • Barrier Event: Applicable, for the purposes of the definition of "Barrier Event" in the Payout Conditions, Barrier Reference Value less than the Barrier Level is applicable.

  • Coupon Payment Event: Applicable, for the purposes of the definition of "Coupon Payment Event" in the Coupon Payout Conditions, Coupon Barrier Reference Value greater than or equal to theCoupon Barrier Level is applicable in respect of each Coupon Observation Date.

  • Coupon Barrier Level: In respect of a Coupon Observation Date and an Underlying Asset, 80 per cent.


More Definitions of Barrier Level

Barrier Level means 60.00 per cent.
Barrier Level means the Barrier Level as specified in § 1 of the Product and Underlying Data. "Calculation Agent" means the Calculation Agent as specified in § 2 (2) of the General Conditions.
Barrier Level means 60 per cent.
Barrier Level means the Barrier Level as specified in § 1 of the Product and Underlying Data. "Calculation Agent" means the Calculation Agent as specified in § 2 (2) of the General Conditions. "Calculation Date" means each day on which the Reference Price is published by the Relevant Exchange. "Call Event" means Share Call Event.
Barrier Level means 65 per cent.
Barrier Level means the price of the Basket specified as such or otherwise determined as provided in the applicable Final Terms, subject to adjustment in accordance with Condition 6(l) as set out below.
Barrier Level means, in respect of any Underlying, 95.00 per cent. of the Initial Level in respect of such Underlying, being as of the date of this Pricing Supplement as specified for such Underlying in the table set out in Schedule 2;