Binary option

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Binary option

An option where the payoff is a fixed amount of an asset or nothing at all.

Binary Option

An option contract in which the payoff is some set price or nothing. For example, suppose the strike price on a binary option is $100 and the payoff is $250. If the underlying asset is above $100 when the option is exercised, one receives $250. Otherwise, one does not receive anything. A binary option is also called an all-or-nothing option. See also: Exotic option.
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'We are happy to see Serba Dinamik IT Solutions taking the lead to initiate these activities to propel and navigate businesses through the digital option,' he added.
Through 2016, Advantage managed short-run and VDP jobs with a small-format digital option. As the industry ramped up on lower volumes, higher job mix, and increased personalization, capacity and capability of the desktop device fell short in profitably fulfilling market demands.
Discount cards can be purchased in the Guest Services Center or via a new Text-to-Donate digital option.
Bank created a new, fully digital option for small businesses to apply for and receive a loan or line of credit.
We recognized the value in replacing this labor-intensive, time-consuming process with an economical and user-friendly digital option."
"Customers have become more reliant on out of bank services; where more than 50% of our clients use their desktop and mobile for online transactions since we first introduced the digital option in 2008." She explained that so far this year, 230,000 transactions were made online, 40% of which were through mobile.
Another digital option includes digital shelf tags.
I'm guessing The Globe is trying to bolster its subscription numbers so it can continue to collect advertising revenue from the paper version, while giving people a digital option too.
The second is the Digital Option Certificate that guarantees 5 percent if the index does not fall and protects your principal (unless the index falls more than 50 percent).
On a positive note, even the emails from members who do not favor the digital option say they do find the magazine and its content of value.
Although the sound editors have noticeably reconciled the overall balance, EQ, and compression problems of the original live audio (there is also a 5.1 Dolby Digital option), the DVD unfortunately preserves some of the lines, skips, and jumps of the original VHS video.
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