Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)

 

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Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)

A securities exchange created in the early 1970s for the public trading of standardized option contracts. Primary place stock options, foreign currency options, and index options (S&P 100, 500, and OTC 250 index)



Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)

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Exchange risk

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Uncertainty about the value of an asset, liability, or commitment due to uncertainty about the future value of an exchange rate. Unless they cover themselves in the forward market, traders with commitments to pay or receive foreign currency in the future bear exchange risk. So do holders of assets and liabilities denominated in foreign currency.


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