traded options market

traded options market

a market where investors trade in the right to buy or sell shares or commodities at a predetermined price and time. OPTION prices reflect in more accentuated form movements in the prices of shares or commodities, so that prices in traded options markets are more volatile. See FORWARD MARKET.
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Other similar studies using the Black-Scholes hedging strategy were done by Krausz (1985) on CBOE, Castagna and Matolcsy (1982) on Australian traded options market, Mittnik and Rieken (2000) on German DAX options market, Cavallo and Mammola (2000) on Italian index option market.
Teresa has previously held senior roles at UK regulators including the FSA, SFA and the London Stock Exchange in the Traded Options market, policy, operations and monitoring divisions.
Based on 39 options listed by London Traded Options Market between 1978 and 1989, Watt, Yadav & Draper (1992) observe a steady price decline after option listings.
Nisbet, 1992, "Put-Call Parity Theory and an Empirical-Test of the Efficiency of the London Traded Options Market", Journal of Banking and Finance, 16:381-403
(1.) The traded options market is located in the Palais de la Bourse (Euronext) and options are traded on the Marche des Options Negociables de la Bourse de Paris, (MONEP).
Both the over the counter market and the exchange traded options market tend to enhance the overall activity of currency options trading and new product development.