|(Chemistry) poisonous acidic compound obtained from coal tar or benzene and used mainly as a disinfectant or antiseptic, carbolic acid; any hydroxyl derivative of benzene, compound based on benzene ring, poisonous caustic compound||phenol|
|(symbol) ֲ°, classification of murder, closeness of relationship, educational qualification, extent or amount, highest exponent of derivative, position of note on musical scale, rank, extent; unit of measurement of temperature and angles; academic ti...||degree|
|A trend allowing creation of securities either by combining primitive and derivative securities into one composite hybrid or by separating returns on an asset into classes.||Bundling|
|able to be perceived as different, may be differentiated; may be separated or distinguished; may be transformed into its derivative (Mathematics)||differentiable|
|act of distinguishing; discrimination; act of changing; transforming of a function into its derivative (Mathematics)||differentiation|
|affecting parts, biased, fractional, fragmentary, incomplete; biased, prejudiced, liking something, overtone, partial derivative, part-score||partial|
|Also called the hedge ratio, the ratio of the change in price of a call option to the change in price of the underlying stock. Applies to derivative products. Measure of the relationship between an option price and the underlying futures contract or st...||Delta|
|ancient Indian language, Indo-Aryan language that developed in India, language of the sacred literature of Buddhism (derivative of Sanskrit)||Pali|
|antidote for morphine, derivative of morphine used to treat effects of drug overdose and detect a drug addiction (Pharmacology)||nalorphine|
|antiseptic chemical, derivative of naphthalene used in the manufacture of dyes and perfumes (Chemistry)||naphthol|
|any of various substances derived from urea (Chemistry), urea derivative||ureide|
|Applies to derivative products. Arrangement of options involving two long or two short positions with different expiration dates or strike (exercise) prices. See: straddle.||Combination|
|Applies to derivative products. Group of stocks that is formed with the intention of either being bought or sold all at once, usually to perform index arbitrage or a hedging program.||Basket|
|Applies to derivative products. Option strategy consisting of both puts and calls at different strike prices that capitalizes on a narrow range of volatility. The payoff diagram takes the shape of a bird.||Condor|
|Applies to derivative products. Options of the same type - put or call - with the same underlying security. See: series.||Class|
|Applies to derivative products. Sell an option.||Write|
|Applies to derivative products. Statistical measure of the degree to which the movements of two variables (stock/option/convertible prices or returns) are related. See: Correlation coefficient.||Correlation|
|be a difference, become specialized, calculate derivative, distinguish, discriminate; become different; transform into a derivative (Mathematics), make or become different, see differences between things||differentiate|
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