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Equity derivative

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  • Equity derivative — In finance, an equity derivative is a class of financial instruments whose value is at least partly derived from one or more underlying equity securities. Market participants trade equity derivatives in order to transfer or transform certain… …   Wikipedia

  • Equity Derivative — A derivative instrument with underlying assets based on equity securities. An equity derivative s value will fluctuate with changes in its underlying asset s equity, which is usually measured by share price. Investors can use equity derivatives… …   Investment dictionary

  • derivative — de·riv·a·tive 1 /də ri və tiv/ n: a contract or security that derives its value from that of an underlying asset (as another security) or from the value of a rate (as of interest or currency exchange) or index of asset value (as a stock index) ◇… …   Law dictionary

  • Equity capital markets — Equity capital is raised in many ways; the major types of equity capital are unlisted equity, listed equity and hybrids. Equity capital market practices traditionally advise in a full range of equity, debt equity linked, hybrid, asset backed,… …   Wikipedia

  • derivative product — ➔ product * * * derivative product UK US noun [C] STOCK MARKET, FINANCE ► a DERIVATIVE(Cf. ↑derivative): »Companies minimize risks by buying a derivative product which provides the right to buy or sell the underlying equity at a fixed price on a… …   Financial and business terms

  • derivative contracts — A derivative, derivatives or derivative contracts are financial instruments whose value derives from the value and characteristics of underlying products. The underlying assets (often referred to as the underlying or underlier ) are extremely… …   Law dictionary

  • derivative contract — A derivative, derivatives or derivative contracts are financial instruments whose value derives from the value and characteristics of underlying products. The underlying assets (often referred to as the underlying or underlier ) are extremely… …   Law dictionary

  • Derivative (finance) — Financial markets Public market Exchange Securities Bond market Fixed income Corporate bond Government bond Municipal bond …   Wikipedia

  • Equity (law) — The Court of Chancery, London, in the early 19th century Equity is the name given to the set of legal principles, in jurisdictions following the English common law tradition, that supplement strict rules of law where their application would… …   Wikipedia

  • Equity Capital Market - ECM — A market that exists between companies and financial institutions that is used to raise equity capital for the companies. Some activities that companies operate in the equity capital markets include: overall marketing, distribution and allocation …   Investment dictionary

  • Derivative Product Company - DPC — A special purpose entity created to be a counter party to financial derivate transactions. A derivative product company will often originate the derivative product to be sold; as well, they may guarantee an existing derivative product or be an… …   Investment dictionary

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