European option

An option that can only be exercised on its expiry date.

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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  • European Option — An option that can only be exercised at the end of its life, at its maturity. European options tend to sometimes trade at a discount to its comparable American option. This is because American options allow investors more opportunities to… …   Investment dictionary

  • European option — /jurəˌpiən ˈɒpʃən/ (say yoohruh.peeuhn opshuhn) noun Stock Exchange an option that can be exercised only at its maturity date. Compare American option …   Australian English dictionary

  • European option — Fin an option that the buyer can exercise only on the day that it expires. See also American option …   The ultimate business dictionary

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  • European option — See option …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • European option — right to buy or sell an asset at a set price only on the expiration date (Economics) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Option style — In finance, the style or family of an option is a general term denoting the class into which the option falls, usually defined by the dates on which the option may be exercised. The vast majority of options are either European or American (style) …   Wikipedia

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  • option — an agreement, often for a consideration, which permits the purchase or sale of something within a stipulated time, in accordance with the terms of the agreement. For example, a right by a tenant to take up a further lease of premises, usually… …   Financial and business terms

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