Simple questions about options.
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By brandleesee · PostedOn this same topic, please, and following the example, where would I find the contract value for the May and June contracts? (in the context that at the time of the example the shorting was April) Thank you in advance.
I've read this on options, but my questions are not answered there. So:
If I buy a put/call option on IG, when exactly does it settle? I can see dates for the options, but not times, and
Is it the case that all options are exercised at expiry and only then? i.e. I can't exercise them before the expiry date and time, and exercise takes place automatically at expiry if in the money, such that I don't have to do anything?
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