call option

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Noun1.call option - an option to buy
stock option - the right to buy or sell a stock at a specified price within a stated period
2.call option - the option to buy a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date
straddle, span - the act of sitting or standing astride
option - the right to buy or sell property at an agreed price; the right is purchased and if it is not exercised by a stated date the money is forfeited
put, put option - the option to sell a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date
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Dow said that the notes will have make whole call provisions as well as a put option upon a change of control and a downgrade of the notes below investment grade.
Emphasizing that currently municipal bonds maturing in five to 30 years have robust yields not that much lower than those of taxable bonds, Tobias warns buyers to beware of the credit risk of municipal bonds, the market risk and call provisions.
In a theoretical paper, Banko (2003) examines call provisions under multiple agency conflicts (e.
3 million penalty for violating Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Do Not Call provisions, DirecTV was again charged with violating FTC rules.
Mark-to-market and related margin call provisions have been eliminated.
It was being driven under the emergency call provisions and its blue lights etc were on.
These include provisions like large down payments, collateral, disclosure of financial statements and credit ratings, insurance, restrictive financial conditions, call provisions, and the like.
The temporary regulations provide an explicit exception for gross-up and call provisions included in "debt" instruments that protect the holder from new or increased withholding tax liabilities.
Firms commonly incorporate make-whole call provisions in their newly issued debt, presumably to improve their ability to retire debt early if circumstances require.
Call provisions permitting the bank to accelerate payment of the loan under circumstances other than the borrower's default under the credit agreement or to mitigate the bank's exposure to loss.