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Autocallable, Callable Yield, Other Structured Notes Under Investigation for Coronavirus-Related Losses

March 19, 2020 Blog

Securities fraud attorney Jake Zamansky spoke to Businesswire.com about the most recent market volatility stemming from the Coronavirus pandemic. He and his team are conducting an investigation into related stock market losses that have occurred over the last two weeks for investors with structured notes from various companies, including Autocallable Securities and Callable Yield Notes. If you are a retired or conservative investor who has suffered losses and you have questions about your legal options and rights, contact our office for help.

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