Put price

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Put price

The price at which an asset will be sold if a put option is exercised. Also called the strike or exercise price of a put option.

Put Price

The strike price for a put option. When one buys a put option, one buys the right, but not the obligation, to sell a security to the writer of the option at a certain price. This price is called the put price.
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File -- Ahmed Al-Wakil, chairman of the Federation of African and Egyptian Chambers of Commerce CAIRO -- 14 December 2017: Supply Minister Ali El-Moselhi has modified his price tag decree in a way that makes manufacturers and importers not obligated to put prices on their products, Ahmed Al-Wakil, chairman of the Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce, told Egypt Today on Wednesday.
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