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Interest Rate Option

An option contract giving the holder to buy (for a call) or sell (for a put) a security with a certain interest rate at a given strike price on or before the expiration date. An interest-rate option is useful to hedge the interest rate risk inherent to portfolios consisting mainly of bonds.

interest rate option

An option contract on interest-bearing securities or on a futures contract on interest-bearing securities. These options are generally used as a means to manage the risk of a bond portfolio.
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com/) Bitwala is moving into the digital banking industry over the next year, eventually offering investment brokerage and short-term, P2P bitcoin loans where customers choose their own payment schedules and interest rate options.
The loan comes with lucrative interest rates and customers can choose between fixed and floating interest rate options.
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Until February 2012, she was an interest rate options trader at State Street Bank.
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This year, NLX plans to expand its product offering with interest rate options contracts.
There are two interest rate options on a reverse mortgage: a fixed-rate option or an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) option.
Over the next 18 years he did pioneering work in derivatives and developed the Black-Derman-Toy interest rate options model.
Monthly interest rate options are also available on all three products.
America is clearly willing to deploy hi-tech novel approaches, while Europe and emerging markets have more prosaic, traditional interest rate options still available.
However, interest rate options experienced a 21 percent decline at the same time.