striking price

striking price
The price at which an option can be exercised. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
See: exercise price. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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striking price UK US noun [C] FINANCE
STRIKE PRICE(Cf. ↑strike price)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • striking price — Price at which an option (e.g., to purchase stock) is exercised. The price at which named stock can be put or called is ordinarily the market price when option is written and is termed the striking price . Reinach v. C. I. R., C.A.N.Y., 373 F.2d… …   Black's law dictionary

  • striking price — n. in an option contract, the specified price at which a stock, commodity, etc. may be bought or sold; the price at which an investor can exercise profitably a put or call …   English World dictionary

  • striking price — Finance. the fixed price at which a person can exercise an option to buy or sell something, esp. in a call or put option. Also called exercise price. [1960 65] * * * …   Universalium

  • striking price — strik′ing price n. ste bus the fixed price at which an option to buy or sell something can be exercised • Etymology: 1960–65 …   From formal English to slang

  • striking price — noun see strike price …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • striking price — noun another term for strike price …   English new terms dictionary

  • striking price — exercise price …   Accounting dictionary

  • striking price — noun see strike price …   Useful english dictionary

  • Striking Price Intercal — The distance between striking prices on a particular underlying security. Normally, the interval is 2 1/2 points for stocks under $25, 5 points for stocks selling over $25 per share, and 10 points (or greater) is acceptable for stocks over $200… …   Financial and business terms

  • Date and striking price —   An ISO term. See preferred term Exercise date and striking price …   International financial encyclopaedia

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