Definitions for **"AT-THE-MONEY"**

An option with a strike price equal to the current price of the instrument, such as a stock, upon which the option was granted.

an option those strike price matches the underlying current price

An option is at-the-money when the underlying market price equals the strike price. ack and Fill A market that moves in a trend faster than seems justified for that time span, and often pauses and trades sideways to let time square with the price.

An option whose strike is set at the same level as the prevailing market price of the underlying forward contract. Related Links• About FHLB of Dallas

An option whose strike/exercise price is the prevailing expected price of the underlying instrument.

An option whose exercise, or strike, price is closest to the futures price.

The exercise or strike price of such option is the value at the time the option is bought.

An option with an exercise price equal or near to the current underlying futures price.

When the price of the underlying security equals the exercise price of the option.

An option contract, at which the market price of the underlying contract is equal to the exercise price, is referred to as at-the-money.

An option in which the price of the underlying instrument is exactly the same as the strike price of the option. (See in-the-money, option, out-of-the money.)

An option with an exercise price that is equal to the current market price of the underlying stock.

Option whose exercise price is the same as the market price of the underlying asset.

When the price of the underlying equity, index or commodity equals the strike price of the option.

When an option's exercise price is the same as the current trading price of the under-lying commodity.

An option is at-the-money when the current market rate is equal to the strike/barrier price of the option.

The exercise price of a derivative that is closest to the market price of the underlying instrument.

The state of an option where the strike price is the same as or nearest to that of the current market price of the underlying metal.

A term to describe an option with a strike price equal to the underlying security's market value.

An option whose strike price (qv) is the same as the current market price of the underlying metal.

Is an option which has an exercise or strike price that is the same as the underlying instrument at current market valuations.

A term that describes an option with a strike price that is equal to the current market price of the underlying stock.

An option whose strike price is equivalent to the underlying futures contract market price value.

The price of the underlying instrument/commodity corresponds exactly to the exercise price of an option and would result in a zero payout if exercised immediately.

1) at-the-money spot â€“ an option whose strike is the same as the prevailing market price of the underlying rate or price. 2) at-the-money forward â€“ an option whose strike is at the same level as the prevailing market price of the underlying forward contract. see also in-the-money

An option whose strike price is equal-or approximately equal-to the current market price of the underlying futures contract.

A covered warrant is At-the-Money when the strike price is the same, or very close to, the price of the underlying. It applies to both Calls and Put warrants.

An option which has a strike price that is nearest to the underlying futures price.

Option whose strike price is nearest the current price of the underlying deliverable.

An option in which the price of the underlying commodity is equal to the strike price.

When option's strike price equals market price of underlying security.

In options, when the strike price equals the price of the underlying contract

An option in which the underlying stock is trading precisely at the exercise price of the option.

A warrant whose strike is near or equal to the underlying security's price.

An option whose strike price equals, or is approximately equal, to the current market price of an underlying futures contract.

An option whose strike/exercise price is equal to or near the current price of the underlying instrument.

An option whose strike price is equal (or very close) to the price of the underlying asset.

A condition where the value of an option's underlier matches the option's strike price.

This occurs when an option (call or put) has a strike price which is at the current market level.

When the strike price of an option (Put or Call) is the same price as the underlying financial asset then the option is at-the-money.

An option whose strike price equals the current price of the underlying commodity, security, currency, index or futures contract.

When an option's strike price is the same as the current trading price of the underlying commodity, the option is at-the-money.

An option with a strike price equal to the underlying futures price.

An option is at-the-money if the strike price of the option is equal to the market price of the underlying security.

When the market price of the underlying instrument is the same as the exercise price of the option/warrant.

An option or warrant where the exercise price is equal to the current market price of the asset subject to the option. For example, a call option with an exercise price of 100p on a share with a share price of 100p is at-the-money. More generally, however, an at-the-money option is an option whose exercise price is nearest to that of the underlying asset. For example, where an option has strike prices at intervals of 10p, e.g. 90p, 100p, 110p etc, if the underlying asset has a price of 97p, the at-the-money option is the 100p strike, which is the nearest strike price to the underlying price. See also In-the-Money and Out-of-the Money.

A situation where the strike price of an option is equivalent to the underlying instrument's current market price.

Refers to options in which the underlying stock is trading at the same price as the option strike price.

An option is at-the-money when the strike (exercise) price is exactly equal to the trading price of the underlying security.

Descriptive term for an option with a strike price equal to (or almost equal to) the underlying security's market value.