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Omega

A measure of the change in price of an option relative to a percentage change in the price of the underlying asset. For example, if an option contract has an omega of 3.5, its price increases 3.5% for every 1% of change in the price of the underlying. Omega is also known as speed. It is calculated as a derivative of the option's gamma. See also: Delta, Volatility.
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Omega will realize a 125 basis point savings on LIBOR-based loans under the New Credit Facility, as compared to LIBOR-based loans under its prior credit facility.
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