LEPOLow Exercise Price Option
LEPOLegislative Environmental Policy Office (Montana)
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4 mg/dL, and the test control groups (III, IV and V) treated with PO, LEPO (100 mg/kg) and LEPO (200 mg/kg) serum glucose level were showed the 105 [+ or -] 2.
Groups III, IV, and V which were treated with marketed preparation of PO (Kewda water), LEPO 100, and 200 mg.
Pretreatment with WS and LEPO significantly (P < 0.
The LEPO at two doses (100 and 200 mg/kg) and PO (Kewada water) at dose (1mL) showed significant (P < 0.
A LEPO is similar to a standard exchange-traded call option, in that it gives the taker the right to purchase 1,000 shares in a company at a predetermined exercise price and imposes an obligation upon the writer of the LEPO to sell those shares at the exercise price if the option is exercised.
The primary difference between a LEPO and a standard exchange-traded call option is that a LEPO has a nominal exercise price.
Another important difference between LEPOs and standard exchange-traded options is that the taker of the LEPO is not obliged to pay for the option in full; rather, they are only required to deposit an initial margin with the exchange.
That is, the value of a LEPO is equal to the spot price, plus any costs of borrowing, less the accumulated value of dividends and less the exercise price.
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He can admire, although he cannot worship, this imperishable changefulness, and, while he knows that nothing lasts for ever, he can endeavour to impart the cosmic lepos to his verses; whatever the fate of these may be, the lepos is coeval with the universe, in nature the stamp of beauty and in poetry the signature of truth.