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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 produces and distributes premium, Ready-to-Drink (RTD) functional beverages.
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Omega 3 fatty acids have been shown in research to have numerous health benefits including decreasing the risk of arrhythmias, lowering triglyceride levels, slowing atherosclerotic plaque growth, decreasing blood pressure, enhancing mood, improving cognition, and supporting joint and skin health.
Omega Performance also publishes The Competitive Edge for Contact Centers and The Competitive Edge for Credit Unions.
Omega created the NorthFace ScoreBoard Award program to recognize organizations like DataDirect that offer exemplary service and center their existence on a deep commitment to exceeding customer expectations," said Anthony Santilli, chief customer officer of Omega Management Group.
This recognition from the Omega Management Group underscores Per-Se's commitment to deliver our proven Connective Healthcare solutions with the highest level of integrity and value to physicians.
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.
Omega Farms has launched the first full line of dairy products with all-natural Omega-3's, the fatty acids vital to good health and well-being.