Exchange-Traded Option

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Exchange-Traded Option

An option contract that is traded on an exchange. An exchange-traded option is subject to all of the exchange's applicable regulations; this reduces uncertainly for the investor because exchange-traded options are standardized contracts. They contrast with over-the-counter options, the provisions of which may be customized.
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21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- OptionScape(TM), creator of the most versatile educational and strategy modeling tool for exchange-traded options, announced today that its stand-alone software version is now available alongside Thomson Reuters Eikon with full data integration.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) barred banks from proprietary trading in currency futures and exchange-traded options, it said on its website on Monday.
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To address the unique features of ESOs that differentiate them from exchange-traded options (see chart on page 55), AG/E has developed two new valuation models.
The authors use data on exchange-traded options to construct implied lookback straddle returns, and show' that they have considerable power to explain the reported returns of CTAs.
Several important differences distinguish LEPOs from standard exchange-traded options, and these differences have important implications for the pricing of this new security.
Since the embedded call option is not exchange-traded, the call option component of the SIGNs would not be taxed on an annual basis under the mark-to-market rules that apply to exchange-traded options.
Now we plan to go on to provide functionality for exchange-traded options and other OTC derivatives linking up with our sophisticated trade matching capabilities.
All of the Exceed indexes comprise diversified rolling baskets of investment grade fixed income securities and exchange-traded options linked to the S&P 500 and seek conservative, moderate or aggressive defined outcomes.
In making this decision CPAs should understand that employee share options differ from the usual exchange-traded options most models were developed to value in a number of ways.
NEW YORK & LONDON -- Although the use of complex structured products on Wall Street will decline and the credit markets will become more regulated, says TABB Group in a new research report published today, "Low-Latency Options Trading: Unraveling the True Meaning of Speed," growth in the 40-year old exchange-traded options market is accelerating.