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Exercise value

The value of an in-the-money option if it was exercised today (before the expiration date). For a call option, this is the difference between the current asset price and the stike price. For a put option, it is the difference between the strike price and the current asset price.

Exercise Value

The profit that an option holder would receive by exercising an in-the-money option. That is, the exercise value of an option is how much the strike price is below the underlying asset (for a call) or above the underlying asset (for a put). These options have value because they always result in a profit. As a result, they may be sold for much higher price than the investor paid for the option. See also: Intrinsic Value.
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Blood samples were drawn (E0: baseline levels pre race, post exercise values 5 to 10 minutes after individual finish of stages E1, E4, E6) after five minutes of rest in supine position to determine Hb and Hct levels (Miniphotometer plus LP 20, Lange/Germany).
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Exercise values were averaged per 30 seconds for all subjects.

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