a derivative that has an underlying commodity that is based on energy. Some examples would include options in the Natural gas markets, futures contracts in the crude oil markets, and swap agreements in the ethanol markets. Energy derivative markets are closely watch by most traders, as the cost can greatly influence the economy as a whole, thereby having an effect on other markets as well.
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