exercise price (strike price)

Definition of "exercise price (strike price)"
  1. The fixed cost outlined in an option contract wherein the related futures contract, security, or commodity transfers ownership from the seller to the buyer
How to use "exercise price (strike price)" in a sentence
  1. Since the current market price is lower than the exercise price, the option holder chose not to exercise the option.
  2. The exercise price of the futures contract was considered fair by both parties involved.
  3. In the event the market value drops below the strike price, the option contract may likely be left unexercised.

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