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OTC Options

Option contracts that are not traded on an exchange. Because they are over-the-counter, OTC options are not standardized contracts and, as a result, can have any number of unusual features. This allows investors more flexibility, but creates additional risk. See also: Exotic option.
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2011-85) support the assertion that a major foreign currency OTC option is not a foreign currency contract.
The boost here is largely attributable to the powerful Rx-to-OTC crossover of Nexium 24HR, which earned a whopping $271 million during its first year off prescription by providing a new OTC option for sufferers of frequent heartburn.
136) In another study, which indicated that 62% of United States women favor OTC access to OC, being younger, being divorced or separated, living with an unmarried partner, being uninsured, living in the South, (137) currently using OC, or not currently using any contraception were likely indicators that a women would support an OTC option.
The proposed OTC option could also undermine efforts to create accountable care organizations (ACOs), in which a team of health care providers in the inpatient and outpatient settings work together on the care of patients.
In multiple clinical studies conducted by leading dermatologists, the Tria blue light technology, used for two to three minutes twice a day, cleared breakouts as quickly and effectively as professional blue light treatments as well as the leading prescription drug therapy, and more effectively than any other OTC option.
OTC players using exchange-traded futures contracts to hedge their OTC option positions would realise collateral and margining efficiencies when they book relevant positions with HKEx.
and fined the firm $80,000 after it found that due to a coding error, the firm deleted over-the-counter (OTC) options positions upon expiration, and thereby underreported each of these OTC options positions to the Large Options Positions Report (LOPR) system on one day.
Growth will be marginally higher than the review period as more herbal\traditional products enter the sleeping aids category, increasing the OTC options available to consumers.
Sales will however be supported by consumers preferring time-saving OTC options to a lengthy trip to a doctor's surgery for Rx alternatives.
As always, the nuances of central bank policy, relative economic growth rates, interest rate spreads, risk/volatility metrics, hedge fund positioning, OTC options strikes and chart points.
NSAIDs--which include ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) and Napoxen (Naprosyn)--tend to be regarded by patients as harmless painkillers, but even OTC options can cause serious side effects.