double option

Double Option

A call and a put rolled into a single option contract. A double option gives the holder the right (but not the obligation) either to buy or to sell the underlying asset at the strike price. That is, there are three choices for a double option: buy, sell, or do nothing and allow the option to expire. Double options are traded in Europe.

double option

A commodity option traded in Europe that gives its owner the right either to call (buy) or to put (sell) the underlying asset but not both. When one side of the option is exercised, the opposite side is automatically terminated.
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Guarding of the objects of the municipal theater chemnitz ggmbh for 2 years with the double option of renewal for one year
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Cyprus is exploring a double option in a bid to secure the recapitalisation of its banking sector and to address its refinancing needs, Minister of Finance Vassos Sharly said on Tuesday.
C'est cette double option qu'a choisie Elodie Perreau, ainsi que le souligne Jean-Paul Colleyn dans sa preface a l'ouvrage.
Consequently the cross option agreement, or double option as it is also known, also needs to be in place.
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1) is a simple double option, often called the Speed Option.
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And students will now be able to take single and double options in a range of vocational subjects like sport and travel and tourism.
Three of my four frontrun- ners crossed the finishing line first, although I did hedge my bets slightly and offer double options.