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## Options Data Types

The **Options Data** included in Your SOFTWARE contains a number of fields.

Each of these fields can be included in a custom view created for the tables of options contained in the Option Chain work-page and other locations in Your SOFTWARE:

The symbol for each option series. | |

| Option symbol codes normally consist of between 3 and 6 letters or numbers The first letters identify the underlying security and the last two letters or numbers are uniquely assigned to that option class (put or call), particular strike price and expiry month. |

| The type of option - either |

| The symbol for the underlying security. |

| The long description of the option series, expressed as using other data types <in brackets> as follows: |

| An abbreviated description of the option series, expressed as using other data types <in brackets> as follows: |

| A short description of the option series, expressed using its own code: the first four places describe the month and year of expiry: |

| International Securities Identification Number - A unique code used to identify all securities and derivatives products. This consists of a two letter country code, a nine character (letter or digits) existing national security number for the security (padded to left with zeros) and a one digit check number. |

| The number by which the underlying value being traded in must be multiplied by in order to determine the dollar value of the contract. Generally 100 in most markets. |

| The month and year of the date on which the option expires expressed as: For example |

| The Expiry Type on the option. This can be either American |

| The first date the option is available for trading. |

| The last date the option is available for trading. |

| The strike price, i.e. the price at which the underlying security may be bought or sold by exercise of the option. |

| The first traded price of the option during the trading interval. |

| The highest traded price of the option during the trading interval. |

| The lowest traded price of the option during the trading interval. |

| The price at which an option last traded. |

| The total value in dollars of the last sale transaction. |

| The Open Interest for the option, i.e. how many contracts are currently open for the option series. |

| The number of options contracts traded during the trading interval. |

| The date the last on-market price was captured. |

| The time the last on-market price was effected. On market reflects trading between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on a normal business day. |

| The last price at which someone is prepared to buy the option. |

| The last price at which someone is prepared to sell the option. |

| The difference between the market value of the underlying security and the exercise price of the option. |

| The number of Sellers recorded at the Current Ask Price. |

| The number of Buyers recorded at the Current Bid Price. |

| The code of the user's broker set for the market. |

| Whether the option is in the money |

| The Fair Price as calculated using the model selected by the user in the Option Model dialog box: |

| The volatility level of the option. It is calculated using the volatility type set in the Option Model dialog box. The type of volatility used in the calculation. |

| The volatility type is set in the Option Model dialog box: |

| The Implied Volatility calculated using the |

| The Implied Volatility calculated using the |

| The Implied Volatility calculated using the |

| The Implied Volatility calculated using the |

| The Delta for the option. |

| The Gamma for the option. |

| The Theta for the option. |

| The Vega for the option. |

| The Rho for the option |

| The percentage of the underlying instrument’s price movement for the option to double in value. |

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