d2 Exchange Traded ET Foreign Exchange Option Contracts i ET Option Bought This

D2 exchange traded et foreign exchange option

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(d.2) Exchange Traded (ET) Foreign Exchange Option Contracts (i) ET Option Bought – This refers to ET foreign exchange option contracts conveying the bank the right to purchase/sell at a specified price by a specified future date, for a fee or a premium, two different currencies at a specified exchange rate. (i.a) Call Option - This refers to ET foreign exchange option contracts conveying the bank the right to purchase at a specified price by a specified future date, for a fee or a premium, foreign currency against Philippine currency at a specified exchange rate. (i.b) Put Option - This refers to ET foreign exchange option contracts conveying the reporting bank the right to sell at a specified price by a specified future date, for a fee or a premium, foreign currency against Philippine currency at a specified exchange rate. (ii) ET Option Sold – This refers to ET foreign exchange option contracts conveying the bank the obligation to purchase/sell at a specified price by a specified future date, for a fee or a premium, two different currencies at a specified exchange rate.
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°±²³²´±³µ ¶·¸¹º»±²¼ ½³´¾³¼· 16 of 16 (ii.a) Call Option - This refers to ET foreign exchange option contracts conveying the bank the obligation to purchase at a specified price by a specified future date, for a fee or a premium, foreign currency against Philippine currency at a specified exchange rate. (ii.b) Put Option - This refers to ET foreign exchange option contracts conveying the reporting bank the obligation to sell at a specified price by a specified future date, for a fee or a premium, foreign currency against Philippine currency at a specified exchange rate. (3) Equity Contracts – This refers to contracts that have a return, or a portion of their return linked to the price of a particular equity or to an index of equity prices. (a) Equity Derivatives Forwards -This refers to forward contracts committing the reporting bank to purchase or sell equity instruments. (b) Equity Swap - This refers to equity or equity index swaps. (c) Equity Derivative Futures - This refers to futures contracts committing the reporting bank to purchase or sell equity securities or instruments based on equity indexes. (d) Equity Options Contracts - This refers to equity option contracts which convey the right or the obligation depending upon whether the reporting bank is the purchaser or the writer, respectively, to buy or sell at a specified price by a specified future date, for a fee or a premium, equity instrument or equity index. (d.1) Over the Counter (OTC) Equity Options Contracts (i) Equity Option Bought – This refers to OTC equity option contracts conveying the bank the right to purchase/sell an equity instrument or equity index. (ii) Equity Option Sold – This refers to OTC equity option contracts conveying the bank the obligation to purchase/sell an equity instrument or equity index.
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