Interactive hedging

No wonder then that the outstanding notional value of OTC interest rate, currency, credit, and equity derivatives has grown nearly 30% since 2002, and by 40% between 2006 and 2007. In March 2008, Liffe traded more than 87 million futures and options contracts. The credit crunch notwithstanding, structured products will not go away. Anecdotal evidence suggests that even though they may become more standardised - in the form of a central clearing house and netting for CDSs for example - they

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