Derived Price

From Open Risk Manual

Definition

Derived Price. Any price which is derived from some other source or calculation rather than being the price at which something actually traded or was quoted.

There are evaluated prices in which an independent source evaluates a price they have derived, and there are prices which are derived within a firm, from supplied, published end of day price spreads or other market data.

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