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comment Black-Equivalent Volatility
Depending on the context, I think this might mean the same thing as "Black Implied Volatility." The Black Model is to FX Options, Caplets, etc as Black Scholes is to Equity Options. So Black-Equivalent Volatility is likely the volatility that, if using the closed form Black model pricing formula, gives the same price as the market.
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