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High-low option
A combination of two lookback options. A High-Low Option pays the difference between the High and Low of an Underlying, such as a stock index. A speculative purchaser would be taking the view that the market would be more volatile than the implied volatilities of both lookback options incorporated in the structure.

See also path-dependent Option
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