AddLife AB (STO:ALIFB), a company in the Nordic life sciences industry, reported on Tuesday that the share-based incentive scheme, resolved by the 2019 Annual General Meeting, where about 35 members of senior management were offered to acquire up to 215,000 call options
on repurchased class B shares has been fully subscribed.
He instructs his adviser to sell (or "write," in option lingo) two call options
on XYZ stock at a $55 exercise price, expiring in January, which is three months away.
On exercise of the call option
Inspired has made payment of EUR 1m (USD 1.17m) in cash.
A call option
is an agreement that offers an investor the right, but not the obligation, to purchase a stock, bond, commodity or other instrument at a specified price within a specific time period.
Specialty pharmaceutical company Meda Aktiebolag (STO:MEDAA) announced on Wednesday that it has successfully amended the terms and conditions of two series of notes issued under its SEK7,000,000,000 medium term notes programme, as well as the insertion of an early redemption call option
which it will exercise with immediate effect
PNB will redeem the notes on May 10 at an amount equal to the total issue price of the notes plus accrued and unpaid interest thereon up to the call option
In accordance with the terms and conditions of the notes, PNB said the notes would be redeemed on May 10 at an amount equal to the aggregate issue price of the notes plus accrued and unpaid interest thereon up to but excluding the call option
If X is the strike price and [S.sub.T] is the final price of the underlying asset, the payoff from a long position in the European call option
is: max ([S.sub.T] - X, 0).
The current dispute covers the first of five call options
that will allow Fiat to acquire 16.6 percent of Chrysler over time.
The final rules, which explain the income tax consequences of issuing, transferring, and exercising noncompensatory partnership options, apply only if the call option
, warrant, or conversion right grants the holder the right to acquire an interest in the issuer (or cash measured by the interest's value).
An investor sells a naked call option
with a strike price of PS90.
The bank had offered 10-year bonds, which carry a call option
in the fifth year, at 9.75 percent for retail investors, and 9.3 percent for non-retail applicants.
I include specific focus on examining which assumptions must be relaxed to generate call option
returns consistent with those documented in the empirical literature, while also addressing put option returns.
This, says Schroders, is achieved through an actively managed portfolio of higher-yielding global property securities and REITs with a covered call option
overlay to enhance the yield.
Price or value of underlying security: The price of a call option
increases with the rise in the price of its underlying security.