strike price


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strike price

n.
The fixed price at which the owner of an option can purchase, in the case of a call, or sell, in the case of a put, the underlying security or commodity.
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44 stipulates that a change in the strike price of a fixed option or the number of shares granted under a fixed option alters the option, such that it would then be considered a variable option.
"If our generating asset shuts down because of an unplanned event, and the price of electricity at that time is above a certain prenegotiated strike point, our insurance pays us the difference between the strike price and the actual market price for that power," says Frank Getman, Great Bay president and CEO.
A strike price will be set on April 16, and all shareholders who have offered to sell at or below the level chosen by the board will receive the strike price value for their shares.
In 1992, the year after Trump cut a pre-packaged deal with Citibank to forgive $115 million in personal debt, the strike price was $400 million, sources said, but if ever sold for more than $470 million, Trump would start getting cut into the action.
We asked Beverly Gordon, vice president of marketing and communications at the Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange, Inc., to examine the alternatives available to a roaster who concurs with this market opinion and previously sold a combination (selling a put with a lower strike price and a call with a higher strike, both having the same expiration date--see August's "On the Market").
* At 9:37 a.m., a trader sold 3,925 Activision call options with a $52 strike price expiring on Sept.
Piper Jaffray analyst Edward Tenthoff maintains his Overweight rating and $3 price target on Aveo Pharmaceuticals after the company "opportunistically" raised $25M by issuing 21.7M shares at $1.15 per share and 21.7M in warrants with a $1.25 strike price. The analyst, who estimates that Aveo now holds pro forma cash of about $57M, said the primary driver for the stock remains the OS analysis for TIVO-3 that is scheduled to be reported in Q4.
And while he stressed it would require a green subsidy from the UK - in the form of a strike price paid for by consumers' energy bills - it would be less than the PS92.50 per megawatt hour being sought by Tidal Lagoon Power, the company behind the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon.
Under these grant of options, on 23 April 2018, Martin Thaysen, group CEO, was granted 59,000 options vesting after three years, with a Black & Scholes value per share option of DKK9.26, market value of DKK546,340 and a strike price per share of 37.9.
* At 10:34 a.m., a trader bought 817 Facebook call options with a $190 strike price expiring on Nov.
According to a SEC filing, Tisch on May 22 agreed to purchase 3,605 shares at a strike price of $28.0766.
On June 21, 2015, a furore was created when the book-building process determined a strike price of Rs95 for meat company Al Shaheer Corporation Ltd.