Barrier Level definition

Barrier Level means 60 per cent.
Barrier Level means 70 per cent of the Initial Reference Leveli (European Barrier);
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;

Examples of Barrier Level in a sentence

On the Final Valuation Date, the Final Index Level of the Worst Performing Index is greater than or equal to its Protection Barrier Level but is below its Autocall Redemption Level.

In this example, the Final Index Level of the Worst Performing Index is greater than or equal to its Protection Barrier Level.


More Definitions of Barrier Level

Barrier Level means, in respect of an Index, such level for such Index as is specified in the relevant Final Terms, rounded, if necessary, to two decimal places with 0.005 being rounded upwards.
Barrier Level means the level of the Basket specified as such or otherwise determined as provided in the applicable Final Terms, subject to adjustment in accordance with Condition 5(m) as set out below.
Barrier Level means 70% of the Opening Basket Level.
Barrier Level means the level of the Index specified as such or otherwise determined in the relevant Final Terms, subject to adjustment from time to time in accordance with the provisions set forth in Condition 10(g) and to "Consequences of Disrupted Days" below.
Barrier Level means 60.00 per cent.
Barrier Level means 60% of the Initial Level.
Barrier Level means 50 per cent.