Derivatives are financial instruments that come in several different forms, including futures, options, and swaps. A derivative is a contract that derives its value from some underlying asset at a designated point in time. The derivative may be tied to a physical commodity, a stock index, or an interest rate, for example. Derivatives’ prices fluctuate as the underlying assets’ rates or expected future prices change, and neither a buyer nor a seller of a derivative need necessarily own the underlying asset.
Date of Report: February 3, 2015
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