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The Basics Of Financial Derivatives
Chaplinsky, Susan Technical Note F-1258 / Published September 5, 1999 / 9 pages.
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This note describes the basic elements and pricing of financial derivatives. Financial derivatives are contracts whose value is derived from the value of some other underlying asset, such as a share of common stock, a commodity (e.g., coffee, oil, or wheat), or a bond. Each derivative has its own special features and provisions, and each is used for a special financial purpose.


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    This note describes the basic elements and pricing of financial derivatives. Financial derivatives are contracts whose value is derived from the value of some other underlying asset, such as a share of common stock, a commodity (e.g., coffee, oil, or wheat), or a bond. Each derivative has its own special features and provisions, and each is used for a special financial purpose.

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