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Interest rate option

Interest rate option is a contract that either (1) grants a holder of securities or loans the right to place (put) those instruments with another investor at a specified exercise price before the option expires or (2) allows an investor to take delivery of securities or other financial instruments (call) from another investor at a specified price on or before the options expiration date.

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