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There are surprisingly few glossaries devoted to derivatives and risk management. However, there are a few worth looking at.
Some of the best are provided free by the US exchanges. The New York-based American Stock Exchange (Amex), for example, has an excellent financial dictionary on its home page. This is the latest permutation of Gary Gastineau’s glossary,

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