Financial instruments whose price is derived from underlying assets such as bonds, stocks, precious metals, reference rates such as exchange rates, interest rates or indices, or credit events. A change in the price of the underlying can trigger a greater change in the value of the derivative in the same or the opposite direction.
German: Derivative Finanzinstrumente (251)
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