call option

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an option to buy

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the option to buy a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date


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In view of a potential initial public offering of KrisEnergy ( IPO ), Devan and the Seller have on 28 June 2013 agreed to amend certain terms of the Call Option, principally, the exercise price of the Call Option and following such amendment, Devan has exercised the Call Option at the IPO Exercise Price, subject to the IPO occurring by 15 August 2013 and an earn-out mechanism in which Devan agrees to pay to the Seller the difference between original exercise price and the IPO Exercise Price, subject to certain conditions being met post-listing.
PH), Philippine's fifth-largest lender by assets, has said that it will exercise a call option involving PHP5.
Moody's notes that if the swap counterparty is also the valuation agent and the seller/originator, the absence of a third-party swap counterparty or a third-party valuation agent might affect the swap valuation because of a possible lack of objective perspective on the assumptions on the probability of the call option being exercised.
One of the simplest strategies involves buying a call option.
LN), an oil and gas company, has negotiated along with Les Etablissements Maurel and Prom or M&P on the extension to the Call Option Agreement.
This exception applies if the call option is transferred with the loan or if a portion of the call option is transferred with a corresponding portion of the loan.
Selling covered equity call options is probably most appropriate for investors who can and will sell their stock at the option's strike price and who want the opportunity to enhance their income from a stock position.
When a company hedges against a price increase, it buys a long contract or a call option.
Including a call option on the bond alleviates this problem by allowing the firm to replace the existing debt with new debt in period t + 1, in what is essentially a recontracting based on the new information.
80 per call option, equivalent to the market value according to an external independent valuation, applying the Black-Scholes-model.
2002-66, the Service held that if a grantor of a qualified covered call option (QC) holds a put option on the same underlying equity, the purchased put will cause the stock and the QC to be part of a larger straddle and ineligible for the Sec.
If rates go lower, the company will owe its investment banker some money on the hypothetical T-note call option sold.
A call option gives the holder the right to buy a share of stock from the issuer at a predetermined exercise price.
Congress believed that, in certain limited circumstances, a taxpayer who grants a call option does not substantially reduce his risk of loss on the optioned stock.