Underlying Price

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Underlying Price

The spot price of the underlying asset of a derivative. For example, suppose one owns a call option to buy so many shares of Marinelli Enterprises. If Marinelli Enterprises is currently trading at $15 per share, the underlying price is $15. The difference between the underlying price and the strike price greatly influences the value of a derivative.
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They said that a slowdown in underlying prices and falling oil could hurt the central bank's grand plans.
From this, the ONS tracks fluctuations in the underlying prices, with the contents updated regularly to reflect changing shopping trends.
In cases where one would like to examine the underlying prices of services associated with a disease, it will be important to assign each claim to an episode so that prices of the associated services may be identified.
At the time, a record aACAynet speculative length' in WTI of over 375 million barrels was deemed to imply a $10 addition to underlying prices.
7%, alongside a small reduction in underlying prices.
7 per cent, alongside a small reduction in underlying prices.
The company said yesterday the market and underlying prices were stable, with orders up 16% on last year.
It lays out risk across a span of underlying prices as well as various 'what if' scenarios, all on one simple-to-use, intuitive platform.
The group said underlying prices remained stable and they expected average prices to improve.
The group said underlying prices remain stable and it expects average selling prices to show improvement.
Analysts Mark Hughes and Rachael Waring said: "Sales rates are ahead year-on-year, while cancellation rates and underlying prices are stable.
In China, commodity-linked sectors are mostly lower today on weaker underlying prices.