Bond options

A bond option is a contract in which a buyer and seller agree to pay specific amounts of money, called premiums, to each other before the option can be exercised.

When an option is exercised, the original buyer gets their money back plus any profits that may have been made on the option.

Bond options are most commonly used in finance, but they can also be used in other industries.

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