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OTC Options

Option contracts that are not traded on an exchange. Because they are over-the-counter, OTC options are not standardized contracts and, as a result, can have any number of unusual features. This allows investors more flexibility, but creates additional risk. See also: Exotic option.
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The MOVE Index is a well-recognized measure of US interest rate volatility that tracks the movement in US Treasury yield volatility implied by current prices of one-month over-the-counter options on 2-year, 5-year, 10-year and 30-year Treasuries.
Carpe was founded by David Spratte and Kasper Kubica - then college roommates - when the duo realized that there were no effective over-the-counter options to manage their sweaty hands caused by hyperhidrosis.
Penny-profit from Nexafed is also as good if not better than when selling generic pseudoephedrine and a price very competitive to phenylephrine-containing over-the-counter options.
Eczema is a systemic condition and AtopX has shown dramatic effectiveness in early clinical results, along with a safety profile rivaling even over-the-counter options. It will provide physicians a safe, cost-effective, topical solution that creates an ideal healing environment for injured tissue resulting from this systemic condition, added the company's founder and CEO, Bradley Burnam.
* 45% wished there were more over-the-counter options available to treat joint pain.
The Wrights took the position that they did not need to recognize the gain from the assignment of the krone put option to the charity because over-the-counter options on minor foreign currencies such as the krone were not Sec.
Two non-surgical, over-the-counter options are now available to treat incontinence: A disposable, nonabsorbent product called the Poise Impressa, or the Automatic Pelvic Exercising (APEX) device,
* Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs): These include common over-the-counter options, such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB) and naproxen sodium (Aleve), as well as prescription NSAIDs like indomethacin (Indocin) or celecoxib (Celebrex).
“Though over-the-counter options may seem cheaper initially, they can cost you a great deal in the long run due to their ineffectiveness and potential health hazards.
However, in recognition of their often-hectic schedules, restaurants are expected to increase take-out and over-the-counter options, in addition to healthier foods, to lure them back over time.
Local pharmacies can offer several inexpensive over-the-counter options, he said.
The final database of over-the-counter options consisted of 46,243 observations with all moneyness and maturity until 546 days.

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