Our research shows that while the index effect on stock prices has moderated noticeably over time, the impact on stock option prices is simply enormous.
What does SOP stand for?
SOP stands for Stock Option Price
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- Business, finance, etc.
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- Statement of Participation
- Statement Of Position
- Statement of Principle (various locations)
- Statement Of Purpose
- Sterile Ophthalmic Preparation
- Stochastic Orthogonal Polynomial (mathematics)
- Stock Option Plan
- Stock Ownership Plan (various organizations)
- Strategic Operating Platform
- Streaked Optical Pyrometry
- Streaming Over P2P (Peer to Peer)
- Street Opening Permit (various locations)
- String of Purls (blog and shop; Omaha, NE)
- Stuck Open
- Student Operated Press
- Student Orientation Program (various schools)
- Study Organization Plan
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Additionally, the impact of stock option repricing when firms whose stock option price is higher than the market price of the stock was not relevant in 1996 .
TABLE 1: Pay element importance Market Stage Threshold Stage Maturity Stage Type Company New Economy Old Economy Pay Element Importance Salary Low High Employee Benefits Low High Short-Term Incentives Low High Long-Term Incentives * Stock Options High Low * Other Low High TABLE 2: Value of CEO pay by market stage Threshold Growth Maturity Decline Salary 5% 15% 20% 25% Employee Benefits 1 5 9 13 Perks -- -- 1 2 STI 4 10 20 40 LTI * Stock Option 90 60 10 -- * Other -- 10 40 20 100% 100% 100% 100% TABLE 3: Black-Scholes stock option example Company A Company B Number of Stock Options 100,000 100,000 Stock Option Price $10 $10 Black-Scholes Value .
The stock option price is based on the average of the high and low price of DuPont stock on the New York Stock Exchange on Jan.
For any such stock options remaining outstanding that were granted under its 2002 Stock Incentive Plan to nonexecutive officers, the Company increased the exercise price and will make cash payments beginning in 2008 to these holders for vested options equal to the difference between the original stock option price and the revised increased stock option price.
Neither statute, however, specifies separate reporting of the spread between the nonqualified stock option price and its fair value.
It allows those employees to purchase Syntex stock at the stock option price of $43.
The prior year's general and administrative expenses benefited from a reduction in costs related to the Company's prior practice of variable accounting for stock option awards, due to a decrease in Deltic's stock option price during the quarter.