stock index derivative
- derivato su indice di borsaStrumento finanziario che ha per oggetto uno specifico indice di borsa. Alla data di scadenza originano accrediti o addebiti in contante, senza che venga consegnato o ricevuto il portafoglio di titoli rappresentato dall'indice.
Glossario di economia e finanza. 2011.
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