Discussion in 'Options' started by u21c3f6, Mar 13, 2007.
What does it mean when an option is designated as non-standard?
The options are not "designed" as non-standard, options become non-standard, i.e. adjusted, when some corporate action takes place such as a merger, a takeover, a stock split or a special dividend.
Thank you. I assume that these can be looked up on the CBOE for the new terms.
Yes! You can find contract adjustments here. Just type in the stock ticker.
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