Definition Of


Premium is the difference between the selling price and the fact value of a bond/stock, when the bond/stock is sold for more than its face value.

Definition 2.

Premium as related forward rates, represents the percentage amount by which the forward rate exceeds the spot rate. As related to currency options, represents the price of a currency option.

Premium is the amount paid for an option contract.

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