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English definition of “swaption”

swaption

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈswɒpʃən/ FINANCE
the right to make a swap on or by a particular date in the future, for example the right to exchange a fixed interest rate for a lower, variable one: If the swaption is not exercised by maturity, it expires worthless.
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