Class of Options

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Class of Options

Option contracts of the smae type (call or put) and Style (American, European or Capped) that cover the same underlying security.

Class of Options

All option contracts of the same type and style on the same underlying security. For example, when one speaks of a class of options, one may refer to all the American-style calls on Google. This includes all expiration dates and strike prices, but not contracts of different types, such as puts or European-style options.
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ISE introduced the Second Market to create tight markets and additional liquidity for options classes that have typically experienced lower trading volumes.
The listing of these equity options classes will double the total number of options classes traded at ISE.
ISE will initially list twenty options classes in its Second Market and will continue to add listings regularly until approximately 850 names are traded.
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