Fixing instrument

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Risk management

A fixing instrument - or fixing derivative - is one which hedges an exposure to a variable market rate or market price by effectively fixing a hedged market rate for it.

Examples include forward contracts, futures contracts, FRAs and swaps.

Contrasted with insurance-type instruments, such as an options.

See also