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# How to calculate the residual value of my CBBC after it is called

On any day from the listing date of your CBBC to the last trading day, if the price of the underlying asset reached the call price, a mandatory call event is triggered, and the trading of the CBBC will immediately terminate.

## 1. When the call price is reached

 Category R Strike price ≠ call price; the settlement price of the CBBC is calculated based on the minimum trading price (in the case of a bull contract) or the maximum trading price (in the case of a bear contract) of the underlying asset from the time of mandatory call event to the end of the next trading session; if the minimum trading price (in the case of a bull contract) or the maximum trading price (in the case of a bear contract) reaches or exceeds the strike price, the CBBC may not have any residual value

## 2. Settlement of a bull contract

 (Scenario 1) The call price is not reached (Scenario 2) The call price is reached Strike price of the bull contract \$125 \$125 Call price of the bull contract \$128 \$128 Settlement price of the underlying stock \$132 - Minimum trading price of the underlying stock during the observation period - \$126 Entitlement ratio 100 100

### 2.1 (Scenario 1) The call price is not reached

The amount you can recover:

= (settlement price of the underlying stock - strike price of the bull contract) / entitlement ratio

= (\$132–\$125) /100

= \$0.07

### 2.2 (Scenario 2) The call price is reached

The amount you can recover:

= (minimum trading price of the underlying stock - strike price of the bull contract) / entitlement ratio

= (\$126–\$125) / 100

= \$0.01

* Generally speaking, the settlement price of a CBBC is the closing price of the underlying stock on the last trading day; the settlement level of an index CBBC is the settlement level of the index futures contracts in the expiration month. You should refer to the details about the relevant settlement price in the listing document.

# The minimum trading price is the lowest spot price from the mandatory call event to the settlement in the next trading session. If the CBBC is called in the morning, the observation period will be up to the afternoon trading session the same day; if it is called in the afternoon, the observation period will be up to the noon session of the next trading day. In the worst case where the minimum trading price of the bull contract is equal to or lower than its strike price, you will not get any residual value.

## 3. Example: Bear Contract (Category R)

 (Scenario 1) The call price is not reached (Scenario 2) The call price is reached Strike price of the bear contract \$135 \$135 Call price of the bear contract \$130 \$130 Settlement price of the underlying stock \$128 - Maximum trading price of the underlying stock during the observation period - \$131 Entitlement ratio 100 100

### 3.1 (Scenario 1) The call price is not reached

The amount you can recover:

= (strike price of the bear contract - settlement price of the underlying stock) / entitlement ratio

= (\$135–\$128) / 100

= \$0.07

### 3.2 (Scenario 2) The call price is reached

The amount you can recover:

= (strike price of the bear contract - maximum trading price of the underlying stock) / entitlement ratio

= (\$135–\$131) / 100

= \$0.04

* Generally speaking, the settlement price of a CBBC is the closing price of the underlying stock on the last trading day; the settlement level of an index CBBC is the settlement level of the index futures contracts in the expiration month. You should refer to the details about the relevant settlement price in the listing document.

The maximum trading price is the highest spot price from the mandatory call event to the settlement in the next trading session. If the CBBC is called in the morning, the observation period will be up to the afternoon trading session the same day; if it is called in the afternoon, the observation period will be up to the noon session of the next trading day. In the worst case where the maximum trading price of the bear contract is equal to or lower than its strike price, your will not get any residual value.

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