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- A trader sells a European call option on a share for 4 SEK. The stock price is 47 SEK and the strike price is 50 SEK. Under what circumstances does the trader make a profit? Under what circumstances will the option be exercised? Draw a diagram showing the variation of the trader’s profit with the stock price at the maturity of the option.

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An investor sells a European call on a share for $4. The stock
price is $47 and the strike price is $50. Under what circumstances
does the investor make a profit? Under what circumstances will the
option be exercised? Explain how investors profit, according to the
variation of the stock price at the maturity of the option. (You
can explain by writing a simple formula of the profit, where X is
the stock price at maturity.

1. A trader buys a call option with a strike price of €45 and a
put option with a strike price of €40. Both options have the same
maturity. The call costs €3 and the put costs €4. Draw a diagram
showing the variation of the trader’s profit with the asset price.
Explain the purpose of this strategy

.
Suppose that a March call option on a stock with a strike price of
$ 50 costs $ 2.50 and is held until March. Under what circumstances
will the holder of the option make a gain? Under what circumstances
will the option be exercised? Draw a diagram showing how the profit
on a long position in the option depends on the stock price at the
maturity of the option.

An investor buys a put option on a share for $4.The stock price
is $45 and the strike price if $40.Explain under what circumstances
the investor makes a profit and under what circumstances will the
option be exercised. Sketch a diagram showing the variation of the
investor's profit with the stock price at the maturity of the
option. (Please explain the answer in detail, thank you)

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