Derivative instruments

Derivative instruments

Contracts such as options and futures whose price is derived from the price of an underlying financial asset.
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Core Income may differ from GAAP net income, which includes the unrealized gains or losses of the Company's derivative instruments and the gains or losses on Agency, Credit Risk and Non-Agency and Interest-only Securities.
TrueDigital also plans to list additional derivative instruments over time.
This is a universal trading platform for instruments of the markets of repo (repossession transactions), foreign currencies, government and corporate securities, bonds of international financial institutions, as well as derivative instruments.
Exchange-traded derivatives are derivative instruments traded through exchanges.
"The use of derivative instruments in managing various financial risks is critical to the operations of many banks and other entities, and it is important that in this time of industry transition away from the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) that the accounting standards are proactive and meet the needs of the developing markets," the American Bankers Association wrote in its comment letter.
The fund opportunistically invests primarily in loan and debt instruments (and loan-related or debt-related instruments, including repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements and derivative instruments) of issues that operate in a variety of industries and geographic regions.
It accounts for TBA securities as derivative instruments and recognizes dollar roll income and other realized and unrealized gains and losses on TBA securities in other gains (losses), net on the Company's consolidated statements of operations.
Derivative instruments enable investors to hedge their portfolios against adverse price movements which can result in unexpected losses.
We examine different types of derivative instruments used by corporate insiders.
Fairfax, India's parent, currently owns approximately 8.97 per cent of IIFL and has an economic interest in another approximately 5.24 per cent of IIFL through derivative instruments
Adjusted EBITDA excludes restructuring costs, share-based compensation, change in value of derivative instruments, gain or loss on the disposal of equipment, and gain or loss on foreign currency translation.
GRM can be used as an indexing benchmark, stock selection universe, underlying index for derivative instruments or performance benchmark.