1. It is the difference between the ask and bid price of a security.

2. Refers to simultaneous buying and selling of options and futures contracts of the same commodity but up for delivery in different months – also called straddle.

3. Gap between the price the underwriter pays to buy the issue from the company and the price at which he sells it in the market.

4. The price paid by the issuer above the fixed income yield benchmark to borrow money from the market.

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