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or sell (call) a given quantity of an asset at a specified price at some time in the futureD. a contract giving the owner (buyer) of the option the right, but not the obligation, to buy (put) or sell (sell) a given quantity of an asset at a specified price at some time in the future
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Chapter 07 Futures and Options on Foreign Exchange29. An investor believes that the price of a stock, say IBM's shares, will increase in the next 60 days. If the investor is correct, which combination of the following investment strategies will show a profit in all the choices?(i) - buy the stock and hold it for 60 days(ii) - buy a put option(iii) - sell (write) a call option(iv) - buy a call option(v) - sell (write) a put option
30. Most exchange traded currency options
31. The volume of OTC currency options trading is
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Chapter 07 Futures and Options on Foreign Exchange32. In the CURRENCY TRADING section of The Wall Street Journal, the following appeared under the heading OPTIONS:Which combination of the following statements are true?(i)- The time values of the 68 May and 69 May put options are respectively .30 cents and .50 cents.(ii)- The 68 May put option has a lower time value (price) than the 69 May put option.(iii) If everything else is kept constant, the spot price and the put premium are inversely related.(iv)- The time values of the 68 May and 69 May put options are, respectively, 1.63 cents and 0.83 cents.(v)- If everything else is kept constant, the strike price and the put premium are inversely related. A.(i), (ii), and (iii)B. (ii), (iii), and (iv)C. (iii) and (iv)D. ( iv) and (v)Premium - Intrinsic Value = Time Value68. May Put: 0.30 - Max[68 - 69.33, 0] = 0.30 cents69. May Put: 0.50 - Max[69 - 69.33, 0] = 0.50 cents
33. With currency futures options the underlying asset is
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