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An Option, often an Interest rate Option, embedded in a Debt instrument that affects its redemption. Examples include mortgage-backed securities and callable and puttable bonds. Embedded options do not have to be Interest rate options; some are linked to the price of an Equity index (Nikkei 225 puts embedded in Nikkei-linked bonds) or a commodity (usually gold). Many so-called guaranteed products contain zero-Coupon bonds and call options.
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