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Index option

An Option whose Underlying security is an Index. If exercised, Settlement is made by Cash payment, since physical Delivery is not possible.

Related Terms: 12 Cash, Delivery, ECU, Exercise, Index, Inc., Option, SEC, Settlement, SIC, Settle, Underlying security
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