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Summary Introduction

To determine: The price of put option.

Introduction:

Option is a contract to purchase a financial asset from one party and sell it to another party on an agreed price for a future date. There are two types of options, which are as follows:

  • An option that buys an asset called call option
  • An option that sells an asset called put option
Explanation

E Company has a stock on the put option with an exercise price of $30 and there is 9 months period for expiration. The risk-free rate is 5 percent. Even a call option was written on the Company’s stock with the similar exercise price and expiration period as the put option. The stock price of the E Company is $45 and the call option price is $18.99.

The formula to compute the price of put option is as follows:

Put option=VP+ XerRFt

Where,

V refers to the value of option

P refers to the current price of stock

X refers to the exercise price of option

rRF refers to the risk-free rate

t refers to the number of periods

Compute the price of put option:

Note: The value of “e” is 2.718281828.

Put option=VP+ XerRFt=$18

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