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Derivative Market

The market for the sale of futures, forwards, options, and other securities except for regular stocks and bonds. Derivatives may be traded on an exchange or over-the-counter. Derivatives are often traded as speculative investments or to reduce the risk of one's other positions. Prominent derivative exchange includes the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and Euronext LIFFE.
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A look at recent trends in the global OTC derivatives market reveals that the market has stayed generally flat since trading volume fell significantly at the peak of the financial crisis.
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in 2005 and the companies are now leaders in the growing property derivatives market there.
Highline president/ceo Andrew Goodenough described the title as "the oldest and most recognized name in the derivatives market.
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But such investments have a dark side: Britain's oldest bank, Barings, collapsed in 1995 after a single trader lost huge sums in the derivatives market by betting the wrong way on the course of Tokyo stocks.