Expiry

Edit summary: author unk., date 1894-08-20; source: Seattle Collection, UW Digital, Negative Number: UW5478; descr: Train wreck in University District, Aug. 20, 1894, story on verso. ...
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Expiry

• (n.) Expiration.
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Expiry

Ex'pi·ry noun Expiration. « He had to leave at the expiry of the term.» Lamb. « The Parliament . . . now approaching the expiry of its legal term.» J. Morley.
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Expiry

Is the expiration date of a derivative.
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Expiry

Is the expiration date of a derivative.
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Expiry

The last date an option can be traded or exercised.
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expiry

The last date an option can be traded or exercised....
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