traditional option

traditional option

n
(Stock Exchange) stock exchange an option that once purchased cannot be resold. Compare traded option
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Coun Whitby said he regarded plans by Adjaye Associates as the most traditional option.
The traditional option would see a continuation of the current 20-team World Cup format.
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Coun Whitby (Con Har-borne) said he regarded plans by Adjaye Associates as the most traditional option.
If you're looking for a traditional option, a divan set is ideal to get some much needed rest after a long day.
Mr Greenland stands to make a further pounds 10,000 selling his painting to the Walker for its permanent collection, which has been a traditional option since the John Moores Exhibition was founded by the late founder of the Littlewoods organisation in 1957.
EMI's were not a new type of share option as such, rather a highly tax efficient `wrapper' for traditional option arrangements that met the relevant statutory requirements.
Instead investors are considering the more traditional option of the stock market.
Headmaster Mark Gibbons said: "Boarding was once the traditional option only for better-off families, the church and the military, but now it is a modern, flexible solution to the demands of many different families' very busy lives.
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