Put price

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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The ministry stressed that all shops, trading facilities and selling points should abide by the law and put price tags on their displayed items.
Rositano added: "The increase in crude volumes into the Gulf Coast will also put price pressure on U.
Replying to a question, he made it clear that all those sitting in the government are not true Baloch leaders rather they are just shopkeepers who have put price tags on their services.
But Khan has still put Price at the top of his guest list for a party after his next fight.
However, the company has not put price tags on its new chips.
Al Nuaimi instructed sales outlets to put price tags on products according to federal law 24/2008, thus ensuring protection of consumers from any price manipulation during the Ramadan.
Runner said the state should accelerate the approval of new power plants, allow for more providers and sellers of power to enter into the market, and encourage the federal government to put price caps on the energy that generators sell to utilities.
Sticking with the example of the amazing Amazon, lower price start-ups are already coming along to put price and profit pressure on Amazon and make it harder for them to do what they have been doing as profitably as up to now.
call price - put price = underlying price - exercise price
that the Put Price to be paid following the Conversion is fair, from a financial point of view, to Company stockholders.
JEREMY Hunt has been blasted over his plans to put price labels on millions of drugs given to NHS patients.
And if they do, only 25% buy a reputable brand and 46% put price before level of protection.