Derivative Markets: An Introduction
by AP Faure
Publisher: Bookboon 2013
Number of pages: 212
Forwards, futures, swaps, options, hybrids (such as swaptions and options on futures) and a category 'other' (credit derivatives, weather derivatives, etc.) make up the derivative markets. The word is drawn from 'derive' and means that the derivative instrument cannot exist on its own.
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