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Hedge:

Protect against the risks arising from potential movements in share prices, interest rates or other variables. A transaction in which an investor seeks to protect a position or anticipated position in the spot market by using an opposite position in related instruments such as derivatives. A perfect hedge is one that eliminates the possibility of future gain or loss. The futures and options markets provide the opportunity to hedge against adverse ...
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