Rho: The amount that the price of an option changes as compared to a unit increase in the risk-free interest rate (that is, the rate for a U.S. treasury bill).

Rho is positive for calls and negative for puts. With interest rates at the relatively modest levels seen in recent years, the influence on the price of options is slight.

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