currency call option
An option to purchase a currency at a stated exchange rate prior to its expiration on a predetermined date. A call option is purchased when the price of the Underlying security is expected to rise which will increase the value of the option so an investor can profit without having to own the underlying security. It is often used to protect a short position against the possibility of an increase in the value of the underlying security.
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