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Write

Sell an option. Applies to derivative products.

Write

To originate and sell an option contract. The writer of an option contract must sell (in a call) or buy (in a put) the underlying asset of the contract if the holder exercises the option.
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Optimism post-holiday was writ large with steel majors like WISCO, Baosteel, Angang, Benxi Iron and Steel, Shougang and Hebei increasing prices for March by CNY 300 per ton for main products viz., HRC and CRC.
It was mob frenzy writ large at the public meeting organized by the Vijay Makkal Iyakkam of actor Vijay in 'solidarity' with the fisher folk, in Nagapattinam on Tuesday.
It is written for library leaders writ large and for anyone leading or contributing to research library planning processes.
"It is a recipe for a postcode lottery writ large and signals the end of the NHS as we have known it," he will say.
This is a school story about the mixed emotions facing beginner relationships and is a perfect vehicle for teenage dating problems writ large. HM
THE date of June 30 will be writ large in the diaries of true greyhound enthusiasts as it will see the first meeting of Bob Morton with L&Q, owners of the Walthamstow site.
In many ways, this hefty book is just National Geographic's popular Field Guide to the Birds of North America writ large. This is not to damn with faint praise, however, since NatGeo's field guide is one of the best available.
MINISTER James Purnell is Tory Boy writ large with knobs on.
How many teacher-librarians across North America are in schools with strong reading skill programs and when bragging about reading progress that is made, as widely as this one, are left out with the message writ large: Libraries are not essential components in the reading program?
It would be churlish to suggest that Norman 'choked' on a course with danger at the foot of every sand hill and in a tournament he had enriched so unexpectedly at such a grand age that his name will be writ large in the Birkdale sand in years to come.
So the word Wimbledon was writ large across the Echo's front page in that summer of 1934.
If Congress doesn't have the backbone to turn people down when meting out a limited supply of acreage on the National Mall, you can see why the federal budget would present the same problems writ large. There's only so much space on the Mall, but there are many ways to transcend the budget's limits: deficit spending, "trust fund" dipping, tax increases.