At the money
Out of the money
Out of the money
‘Out of the money’ is one of three terms used to describe an option’s value, or ‘moneyness’. The other two terms are ‘at the money ‘ and ‘in the money’. When an option is out of the money, its strike price — that is, the price at which you’d exercise the option — is lower than the market price.
A participating forward is a Hybrid FX Forward and Option instrument. The amount you want to protect — or hedge — is split into two parts. One part works like a standard forward contract. In other words, you enter a legal obligation to exchange a specified amount of foreign currency on a certain date at a specified rate.
The letter R will be published on the 17th of September
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