vega

  1. prolific Spanish playwright (1562-1635)
  2. the brightest star in the constellation Lyra

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Vega

Is the measure of change in an option given a change in the volatility. Theoretically, it measures the instantaneous change in premium to the instantaneous change in volatility. In practice, it tends to be viewed as the change in premium given a 1 percent in volatility.
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Vega

The measure of the change in an option's premium for a 1% change in the volatility of the underlying futures contract. Equal to the change in premium divided by 1% change in volatility.
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Vega

[n] - prolific Spanish playwright (1562-1635) 2. [n] - the brightest star in the constellation Lyra
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Vega

The measure of change to the value of an option in relation to a change in the volatility.
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Vega

A measure of the sensitivity of an option or warrant price to changes in the volatility of the... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/vega.htm?id=2154&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of vega'>more</a>
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Vega

The rate of change of the price of a derivative or portfolio with the volatility of an underlying security...more on Vega
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Vega

Ve'ga (vē'gȧ) noun (Astron.) [ Arabic wāgi' , properly, falling: confer French W├ęga .] A brilliant star of the first magnitude, the brightest of those constituting the constellation Lyra.
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Vega

Ve'ga noun [ Spanish ] An open tract of ground; a plain, esp. one which is moist and fertile, as those used for tobacco fields. [ Spanish Amer. & Phil. Islands]
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vega

<astronomy> A brilliant star of the first magnitude, the brightest of those constituting the constellation Lyra. ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Vega

Lope de Vega noun prolific Spanish playwright (1562-1635)
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vega

As used with respect to options: 'The vega of a portfolio of derivatives is the rate of change fo the value of the portfolio with respect to the volatility of the underlying asset.' -- Hull (1997) p 328. Formally this is a partial derivative. A portfolio is vega-neutral if it has a vega of zero. Source: Hull, 1997, p 328 Contexts: finance
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Vega

• (n.) An open tract of ground; a plain, esp. one which is moist and fertile, as those used for tobacco fields. • (n.) A brilliant star of the first magnitude, the brightest of those constituting the constellation Lyra.
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Vega

(from the article `airplane`) ...Ryan monoplane, which made the first solo flight across the Atlantic in 1927 (see photograph). By 1929 the United States was building 5,500 ... ...fuel tanks for the Douglas Aircraft Company in Santa Monica, and then he joined Allan Lockheed as chief engineer for the Lockheed Aircraft ... ...a low win...
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Vega

(from the article `Halley`s Comet`) ...1985, reached perihelion on Feb. 9, 1986, and came closest to Earth on April 11, 1986. Its passage was observed by two Japanese spacecraft ... ...equipped with the first high-resolution imaging radar systems flown to another planet; they mapped about a quarter of Venus`s surface, primarily ... [...
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Vega

brightest star in the northern constellation Lyra and fifth brightest in the night sky, with a visual magnitude of 0.03. It is also one of the Sun`s ... [3 related articles]
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Vega

A term that describes the sensitivity of the option price to a one-percent change in volatility.
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Vega

Term for a dollar change in option price as a result of a percentage point change in volatility. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Vega

HMS Vega was a British Escort Type destroyer of 900 tons displacement launched in 1917. After being rearmed for escort duties in 1938-1939 she was armed with four 4-inch guns and two multiple-machine-guns. She was powered by two Thornycroft oil boilers providing a top speed of 28 knots.
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vega

The vega of an option indicates the change of the option price in the event of a small movement in the volatility of the underlying. In mathematical terms, the vega is the first partial derivative of the option price function with respect to volatility. For computing the vega risk of an option we have to calculate the so-called vega effect, which r...
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vega

Vega, also known as kappa, is a measure of the amount an option`s price would be expected to change in response to a unit in the price volatility of the underlying instrument....
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Vega

(Alpha Lyrae) Vega. Image: Spitzer Space Telescope The brightest star in the constellation Lyra, the brightest star in the northern summer sky (forming the northwestern apex of the Summer Triangle), and the fifth brightest star in the whole sky. Its name derives from a...
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Vega

Vega (vā'gu) , brightest star in the constellation Lyra; Bayer designation Alpha Lyrae; 1992 position R.A. 18h36.7m, Dec. +38°47'. A white main-sequence star of spectral class A0 V, its apparent magnitude is 0.1, making it the fifth brightest star in the sky. Vega is about three ti...
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Vega

Vega is the second brightest star of the northern hemisphere. It is the first star, Alpha Lyrae, in the constellation of the Lyre. A very white star, with hydrogen dominant in it, its parallax is 0.082 seconds, and it has a brilliancy equal to that of 100 suns. It will be the Pole Star between AD 15,000 and 16,000.
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