An options strategy that involves buying and selling two options on the same security with the same expiration month, but with different exercise prices.

The term is used interchangeably with Vertical Spread.

The price spread measures the gross percentage of the final retail price which accrues to each category of participant in a marketing system in return for the marketing services which they perform.

The purchase and sale of two options covering the same futures contract with the same expiration dates but different exercise prices.

An option spread position in which the strike prices of the options are different, but the expiration dates are the same. Also called a Vertical or Money Spread.

Standard range for stock price movements prescribed by the SET for stock transactions. Each price increase or decrease must be in multiples of the Price Spread. For example, a stock trading between 100-199 Baht has a Price Spread of 1 Baht. Price changes must be at least 1 Baht at a time or in multiples of 1 Baht.

A spread in which the two options have the same expiration date but have different exercise or strike price.

Applicable to dual priced funds (unit trusts), the difference between the price at which investors buy units ("the offer price") and the price at which they can be sold ("the bid price"). The spread covers the fund's initial charge and the costs of trading in underlying securities.

the price difference of two options that have the same expiration date but have different exercise or strike price.