premium

premium [ premjɔm ] n. m.
XXe; mot lat. « butin »
Fin. Prime versée pour une opération sur un marché à terme. option. On écrirait mieux prémium.

premium nom masculin (latin praemium, butin) Somme payée au vendeur d'une option d'achat (ou de vente) de titres par l'acheteur de l'option. (C'est le prix d'un dédit versé au vendeur lors de la conclusion du contrat pour le cas de non-exécution de la transaction par l'acheteur.) [On dit aussi avec.] ● premium (synonymes) nom masculin (latin praemium, butin) Somme payée au vendeur d'une option d'achat (ou de vente)...
Synonymes :
- cours de l'option

premium [pʀemjɔm] n. m.
ÉTYM. XXe; empr. à l'angl. premium, lui-même pris au lat. praemium « prix, récompense, butin ». → 2. Prime.
Fin. Prime versée pour certaines opérations sur un marché à terme. || « Il existe dans les pays émergents un premium de risque élevé » (le Monde, 5 juil. 1999, p. 17). || Des premiums.REM. On écrirait mieux prémium.

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