Listed option

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Listed option

An option that has been accepted for trading on an exchange.

Listed Option

An option that is traded on an exchange. Listed options must conform to exchange rules; for example, they must conform to one of two types: American style and European style. Over-the-counter options are not subject to these restrictions, but they are less liquid than listed options.
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It is a large US options exchange and creator of listed options and offers equity, index and ETP options.
Listed options are now available to market participants on the US Global Jets ETF (NYSE: JETS), the only global airline industry ETF on the market.
com)-- The new service allows Australian clients to trade through ASX listed options on a real flat commission rate structure of $1.
08 per share, together with 51,090,538 free attaching listed options exercisable at $0.
Wells Fargo Securities Llc, a part of Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) and Williams Trading Llc, have entered into a strategic alliance aimed at building their respective listed options sales and trading capabilities.
The company has issued and allotted 4,157,742 ordinary shares following the exercise of 4,157,742 listed options exercisable at AUD0.
Finally, while ADRs facilitate proxy voting and often have listed options, the volume of some exchange-listed and Nasdaq-traded ADRs indicates there is less liquidity in the issues on an ADR-to ADR trading basis.
During a public hearing, the Transportation Department listed options to widen Interstate 405 and its connector to Highway 101, but homeowners association leaders said the plans would increase traffic near the Sherman Oaks Galleria.
At the time the QCC rules were written, listed options were available only at standardized maturity dates and strike price intervals (generally, intervals of $5).
Although options trading can be traced back in history thousands of years, in the US the standardized listed options market came into fruition in 1973 with the opening of the CBOE.
CBOE through its subsidiaries, operates as an options exchange and creator of listed options in the US.
CBOE, the largest US options exchange and creator of listed options, continues to set the bar for options and volatility trading through product innovation, trading technology and investor education.