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All the key parameters and terms about your selected warrants are found here.

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Terms

Warrant code Effective gearing (x)
Underlying Delta (%)
Type Delta per warrant (%)
Issuer Sensitivity
Exercise price- Break even price at expiry
Most recent trade date Premium (%)
Expiry Implied volatility (%)
Last trade date Theta (%)
Days to maturity Intrinsic value per warrant
Warrant per share Moneyness

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Warrant code Each warrant has an unique 4-digit identification code, click click here for a more detailed explanation.
Underlying The stock or index over which the Warrant is listed.
Type Calls increase in value as share price rises, Puts increase in value as share price falls.
Issuer The Bank or Securities company that issues the Warrant.
Exercise price The price at which you can buy (calls) or sell (puts) the underlying
share or index at expiry.
Most recent trade date The last date that the warrant recorded a trade. Note: Warrant do not trade every day, this has implications when calculating price changes. click here for more info.
Expiry The date at which the warrant will expire.
Last trading date The last day to buy or sell the warrant. This date is always the 5th trading day prior to the expiry date.
Days to maturity The number of days left until the expiry date of the warrant.
Warrant per share The number of warrants that entitles you to one unit of the underlying share or index at expiry.
Effective gearing (x) Indicates your leveraged exposure. An effective gearing of 5X tells you a 1% move in the underlying stock/index results in an approximate 5% move in your Warrant price. click here to learn more about effective gearing.
Delta Estimates how a warrant moves in relation to the underlying stock/index. Puts have negative deltas because their prices increase as the underlying stock/index falls. Note, if your warrant has a WPS that this will need to be taken into account.
Delta per warrant Delta/Warrant Per Share. click here to learn more about Delta per warrant.
Sensitivity Shows you how much the underlying stock or index must move for your warrant to move one "tick" or "Spread". For warrants that cost less than $0.200, one tick is $0.001.
Break even price at expiry If you are still holding the warrant at expiry, this is the price that the shares/index must exceed (fall below) for call (puts) for you to make a profit on your purchase price. click here here for a more detailed description.
Premium (%) Also refered to as the "Time Value of the Warrant. Note a higher premium could be due to the warrant being longer dated or due to the higher gearing. click here to learn more about premium.
Implied volatility (%) The higher the implied volatility, the higher the price of the Warrant. Relates to the volatility and risk of the underlying share/Index. click here to learn more about implied volatility.
Theta (%) The daily time decay of the warrant expressed in percentage terms. click here to learn more about Theta.
Intrinsic value per warrant This is the difference between the exercise price and the current share price. For call warrant, if the exercise price is below the current share price it has intrinsic value, vice versa for puts. Please click here
Moneyness ITM (in-the-money), OTM (out-of-the-money), ATM (at-the-money). click here to learn more about moneyness.

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The warrant price displayed in prior, Open, High and low is based on the "bid price for the warrant rather than the "traded price". the intraday graph also uses the warrant bid price to generate the warrant price history. We do this to provide a more accurate representation of the warrant value at each particular point in time and a more accurate reflection of warrant price changes. Warrants do not trade as frequently as shares and sometimes may not record a trade for a long period of time though the bid/offer prices may continue to move. Therefore using the bid price is usually the best indicator of warrant value. For a more detailed description Click here.