striking price


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striking price

n.
The price at which a put or call option may be exercised.
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strik′ing price`


n.
the fixed price at which an option to buy or sell something can be exercised.
[1960–65]
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Translations
prix d’exercice
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The issue was oversubscribed by 2.5 times, while the striking price rose 2.5 times to Rs30.2/share.
Here, we're literally adding the point spread to the value of the stock which you can apply to the striking price. If you want to buy a December option on Federal Widget, trading at $16 in January, with a target price of $25, we'll lay you four points.