Listed option

Listed option

An option that has been accepted for trading on an exchange.

Listed Option

An option that is traded on an exchange. Listed options must conform to exchange rules; for example, they must conform to one of two types: American style and European style. Over-the-counter options are not subject to these restrictions, but they are less liquid than listed options.
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Though short equity options can be assigned any time prior to expiration, if the stock price is above the strike price at expiration, with a standard listed option, your call option will likely be assigned and you are obligated to sell your stock at the strike price.
We had the opportunity to reunite the strongest members of the team that made the equity derivatives business at Banc of America Securities first by overall listed option market share in 2007,"* said Dean Curnutt, founder and president of MRA.
02 and an expiry date of 30 June, 2014, for each Aurium listed option held.
One listed option was issued for each 2 new shares subscribed for under the Placement.
Nova's new Directional & Volatility Strategies module offers a selection of 11 additional listed option strategies.
The acquisition of these specialist books gives us the opportunity to realize our technological advantage in the market making space across 150 additional listed option classes," said Thomas Peterffy, CEO of Interactive Brokers Group.
removing any trading restrictions on the Listed Options to be issued to
options exchange and creator of listed options, continues to set the bar for options and volatility trading through product innovation, trading technology and investor education.
com)-- The new service allows Australian clients to trade through ASX listed options on a real flat commission rate structure of $1.
08 per share, together with 51,090,538 free attaching listed options exercisable at $0.
During a public hearing, the Transportation Department listed options to widen Interstate 405 and its connector to Highway 101, but homeowners association leaders said the plans would increase traffic near the Sherman Oaks Galleria.
At the time the QCC rules were written, listed options were available only at standardized maturity dates and strike price intervals (generally, intervals of $5).