Exchangetraded Derivative Contracts Financial Glossary

What is it? Some derivatives are traded on organized exchanges. These derivatives usually have margin requirements. Common exchange-traded derivatives include futures and options. Other derivatives, such as swaps, are not exchange traded but are traded in over-the-counter (OTC) capital markets.

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