Variance swaps more closely resemble forward contracts – or forward rate agreements (FRAs) – than they do swaps (e.g., plain vanilla interest rate swaps, or equity swaps). Whereas most swaps have more than one payment, variance swaps (and forwards, and FRAs) have a single payment. However, given the penchant of finance folks to ascribe inaccurate […]
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