The generic term used to describe futures, options and other derivative instruments that are traded on an organized exchange.
Traded on an organised exchange such as futures contracts on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Weather derivative contracts that are traded through an exchange are referred to as exchange traded. These derivatives are more likely to be of certain standardised types to facilitate trading. The exchange may have certain systems set up for continuous settlement. Contrast with Over the Counter (OTC).
An expression used to refer to financial instruments that are purchased and sold in securities exchanges such as the Chicago Board of Trade. It excludes instruments that are actively traded in over-the-counter (OTC) capital markets.
A Financial Product traded on an exchange such as the ASX.
Traded on a formal exchange such as the New York Stock Exchange or Chicago Board of Trade.
Traded on an exchange, as opposed to being traded over the counter.