Derivative Market

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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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The monthly volume on EEX Groups power derivatives markets amounted to 199.
The International Organization of Securities Commissions today issued the Update to Survey on the Principles for the Regulation and Supervision of Commodity Derivatives Markets, which updates its 2012 review of the implementation of IOSCO's principles for commodity derivatives markets.
Singapore, Dec 2, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the China Futures Association (CFA) are cooperating in the development of derivatives markets in China and Singapore.
According to the principals, the purpose of The ISDA/Risk Derivatives Research Award is to enhance understanding of the OTC derivatives markets among a broad community of international financial market participants, including financial institutions, regulatory bodies, academic institutions and the media.
Asia-Pacific derivatives markets are growing in size and accessibility with the more open markets of Japan, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore holding the greatest appeal for western traders, according to a new research report by TABB Group, 'Trading in Asian derivatives: opportunities near and far'.
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HKEx) said Tuesday it has published a consultation paper on extending the trading hours of the stock and derivatives markets to attract more investors and to boost turnover.
If our derivatives markets are to remain innovative and competitive internationally, they need the legal and regulatory certainty that only legislation can provide.
In the early days of the over-the-counter derivatives markets, this risk was not factored into the pricing.
After eight and a half years at Lehman Brothers, Williams became an expert in the derivatives markets.
It is, however, not news that derivatives markets have experienced tremendous growth in recent years.
However, as plan sponsors increasingly use derivatives directly, the real growth will be in the over-the-counter derivatives markets.