Call Warrant

Call Warrant

A call option contained within a warrant. That is, a call warrant is a certificate issued with a security giving the holder the option of buying an underlying asset (in this case, usually more securities) at a certain strike price. Unlike options, call warrants are issued by companies during a round of financing, rather than by an individual investor or brokerage.
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A turbo call warrant for an underlying asset, whose price at time t is given by [S.sub.t], pays the option possessor [([S.sub.T] - K).sup.+] at maturity T on the understanding that a specified barrier H [greater than or equal to] K has not been passed by [S.sub.t] at any time prior to the maturity Let us define [[tau].sub.H] as the first time that the asset price hits the barrier H, that is, [[tau].sub.H] = inf [t | [S.sub.t] [less than or equal to] H}.
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Four were quickly recaptured but one - released in June 2010 after a malicious call warrant was misfiled - has never been recaptured.
Covered warrants are financial instruments that give the owner the right to buy (using a call warrant) or sell (using a put warrant) an underlying asset at a set price within a set time.
A warrant is the right to buy (call warrant) or sell (put warrant) a certain number of designated shares at designated prices on designated dates.
From today, 41 call warrants linking to stocks and Chinese stocks-based ETF (exchange traded fund) listed on Hong Kong bourse will be available on the local bourse for investments by local people.
In perfect markets, managers should call warrants as soon as they are in the money, in order to expropriate the time premium on the warrants.
It works in conjunction with Type 2 Caller ID to show the number of the second party so you don't even have to bother answering to find out if the call warrants terminating your Internet connection.