The change in an option's value as a percentage of the price change in the underlying security. Omega is the derivative of gamma, and allows the investor to see the relationship between an option's price and the underlying's price. For example, a stock option with an omega of 2 indicates that the price of the option will increase 2% for every 1% increase in the price of the stock. also called speed.

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Omani Rial option elasticity