Open interest in these options has risen by 977,000 ounces, effectively trebling and bringing combined call and put open interest at this strike price to 12,999,000 ounces and making this the largest at-the-money option.
What does ATM stand for?
ATM stands for At-The-Money (options trading)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Implied volatility for at-the-money options expiring in June, a measure of expected price swings in futures and a gauge of options prices, was 31.
Finally, companies can effectively reprice options through an exchange that replaces underwater options with at-the-money options.
Lassek explained terms such as margin call, at-the-money option and strike price during the seminar.
Louis' monthly Monetary Trends, said, "Using the trading prices of options on the S&P 100, the CBOE estimates the implied volatility corresponding to a hypothetical at-the-money option with one month to expiration.
The Ninth Circuit rejected the Tax Court's basic reasoning that at-the-money warrants have no value.
In the OTC market for currency options, financial institutions quote prices for three products in particular: at-the-money options and two types of option combinations known as risk-reversals and strangles.
However, most of these companies have at-the-money option programs with constant exercise prices.