Option

An agreement that gives an investor the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a stock, bond or commodity at a specified price within a specific time period. A call option

Option

- Right to buy or sell something at a specified price during a specified time period.
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option

[n] - the right to buy or sell property at an agreed price 2. [n] - an alternative action
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Option

• (n.) A right formerly belonging to an archbishop to select any one dignity or benefice in the gift of a suffragan bishop consecrated or confirmed by him, for bestowal by himself when next vacant; -- annulled by Parliament in 1845. • (n.) A wishing; a wish. • (n.) The exercise of the power of choice; choice. • (n.) The power of...
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option

alternative noun one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen; `what option did I have?`; `there no other alternative`; `my only choice is to refuse`
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Option

(on stock) The right to buy (or sell) a share at a set price, regardless of market value.
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Option

[aircraft purchasing] An option, when purchasing aircraft, allows an airline to purchase additional aircraft in the future at an agreed price and date. When placing orders for new aircraft, airlines commonly obtain options from the aircraft manufacturer. These options allow the airline to delay the purchase of additional aircraft until mark...
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Option

[car magazine] Option (オプション, Opushon in katakana and subtitled Exciting Car Magazine) is an automotive magazine founded by Daijiro Inada in 1981, to meet the demand for enthusiasts of modified Japanese cars in Japan. The magazine is published by the Japanese media giant San-Ei Shobo Publishing Co. Ltd., the parent company of Sunp...
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Option

[filmmaking] In the film industry, an option is a contractual agreement between a potential film producer such as a movie studio, a production company or an individual, and a writer or third party who holds ownership of a screenplay. The agreement details the exclusive rights including the specified time period and financial obligations. Th...
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Option

[finance] In finance, an option is a contract which gives the buyer (the owner) the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset or instrument at a specified strike price on or before a specified date. The seller has the corresponding obligation to fulfill the transaction – that is to sell or buy – if the buyer (own...
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Option

[music magazine] ==History== Originally called OPtion, it, along with Sound Choice, were the dual successors to the earlier music magazine OP, published by John Foster and the Lost Music Network and known for its diverse scope and the role it played in providing publicity to DIY musicians in the midst of the cassette culture. When Foster en...
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Option

Op'tion noun [ Latin optio ; akin to optare to choose, wish, optimus best, and perhaps to English apt : confer French option .] 1. The power of choosing; the right of choice or election; an alternative. « There is an option left to the United S...
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Option

A bilateral contract giving its holder the right, but not the obligation to buy or sell a specified asset at a specific price, at or up to, a specific date.
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Option

A contract conferring the right but not the obligation to buy (call) or to sell (put) a specified amount of an instrument at a specified price within a predetermined time period.
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option

A contract that conveys the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a particular item at a certain price for a limited time. Only the seller of the option is obligated to perform....
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Option

A contract that gives the buyer of the contract the right but not the obligation to buy or sell a futures contract at a set price. The buyer pays a premium for this right.
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option

A contract that gives the holder the right, but not the duty, to make a specified transaction for a specified time. The most common option contracts give the holder the right buy a specific number of shares of the underlying security (equity or index) at a fixed price (called the exercise price or strike price) for a given period of time. Other opt...
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Option

A contract that gives the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an agreed amount of shares or currency at a pre-agreed price by a given date.
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Option

A contract that permits one party to buy from (or sell to) the other party something at a prespecified price during a prespecified period of time, leaving the choice of whether to do this or not (whether to 'exercise' the option) up to the first party, which buys the option. Options exist for many assets, including foreign exchange.
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Option

A contract whereby one person purchased the right for a certain time, at his election, to purchase property at a stated price. Choice; Election; where the subject is considered.
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Option

A derivative security that gives the buyer (holder) the right to either buy/sell an asset at a specified price on or before a given date, or not. Options are issued by investors as opposed to companies and their value is derived from the worth of an underlying security. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Option

A play which describes a quarterback having a choice (option) of running or passing the ball.
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Option

A potential, often partial, solution to meet one or more interests in interest-based bargaining.
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option

Agreement entitling the holder to buy (call) or sell (put)shares or commodities, within a given time and at a given price, from or to the other party to the agreement.
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Option

An agreement entered upon between two parties that must be established by a specific time, usually regarding a particular property. An actress or actor may agree to play a particular character in a film but have a time-frame in which to make the decision. Likewise, a producer may purchase the right to a specific book or film-play if they decide to ...
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