Derivative contract based on the future value of a specified national economic indicator including retail sales levels, nonfarm payrolls, purchasing manager’s index, and gross domestic product. Most of these derivatives are either in binary or digital form, where the only payout options are full payout (money) or none at all (out of the money). Other forms of contracts being traded at present include capped vanilla options and forwards.
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