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Hi  - in what specific terms are you referring to? An explanation of the pricing and settlement of this instrument? Or are you referring to some other explanation? This is basically a binary volatility product which will be priced between zero and 100. Think of it as a probability quote where zero is impossible and 100 is a certainty.


A binary will settle at 100 if it turns out to be true, and at zero if it is incorrect. So here you can buy at 18.7 if you believe the statement will turn out to be correct. If it settles above (and therefore have a 100% certainty of happening because it has already happened) then it will settle at 100. In this example you'd have made 81.3 points. 


I hope this clarifies things for you, but let me know if I can help further. 

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