covered warrant strike price

The price at which the investor may buy or sell the underlying during (if American style) or at the end (if European style) of the expiry period.
Also referred to as 'expiry price' and 'exercise price'. It is known when the warrant is issued. London Stock Exchange Glossary

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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