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Buy-side trader
An individual, such as a pension or mutual fund portfolio manager, who effects trades for an institutional investor.
Products generated from the same raw materials.
Côte Officielle
The market on Euronext Paris where securities of the largest French issuers (public or private) are traded.
Cabinet trade
A trade that allows options traders to liquidate deep out-of-the-money options by trading the option at a price equal to one-half tick.
A term used in the foreign-exchange market for the US dollar/British pound rate.
Calendar spread
Buying (selling) the calendar spread involves the simultaneous purchase (sale) of contract(s) in a near delivery month and the sale (purchase) of an equal number of contract(s) in a far delivery month of the same futures contract.
A period of trading.
Call option
A call option confers the right but not the obligation to buy stock, shares or futures at a specified price within a predetermined time period. The buyer (taker) pays the seller (grantor) a premium for this.
An agreement with a counterparty that sets an upper limit to interest rates for the cap buyer for a stated time period.
Cap and Trade
The basis of the carbon trading mechanism. When an authority sets a limit or cap on something (i.e.carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions) and allows those who exceed the limit to buy "credits" from those who have credits to spare.