Derivative: A financial instrument whose value depends on the value of a specified underlying asset (such as a security, currency, interest rate or commodity). Examples are options, futures and swaps. Futures and options are traded on many recognized exchanges. Many types of derivative contract, including forwards and swaps, are traded off-exchange (the 'over the counter' market) among financial institutions, fund managers and companies.

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