Depending upon the price of the underlying swap relative to a given strike price, an option is said to be at-the-money, in-the-money, or out-of-the-money.

An option is considered in-the-money when the price of the underlying future or swap is above the strike price of a call option or when the price of the underlying swap is below the strike price of a put option.

Lastly, an option is considered out-of-the-money when the price of the underlying future or swap is below the strike price of a call option or when the price of the underlying futures or swap is below the strike price of a put option.

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