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  • n. Plural form of expiration.


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  • Additionally, LEAPS options often have a lower implied volatility than shorter-term expirations, so the trade has a slight mathematical advantage.

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  • So, even though the initial position might not have adhered to the rule, after a couple of short-term expirations, enough credit may have been taken in so that the net debit of the position to date adheres to the rule.

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  • Assistant City Clerk Joline LeBlanc said the list of appointments and term expirations maintained by the clerk's office was up to date.

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  • Glenda Johnson was reappointed and Miranda Emmanuel appointed to the Boaz Beautification Board with term expirations of Aug. 12, 2011.

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  • For firms uncertain as to their industry’s 10-year profile — but faced with near-term expirations — landlords are now more accommodating of short-term deals than they’ve been in decades.

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  • Their expirations are a long way off and that makes them prime candidates for long-term plays and secure bets for shorter-term trades.


  • "Our tenant retention for 2009 was nearly 80 percent and we extended near term expirations when appropriate.

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  • Now the majority of the 2014 expirations, which is in the red, in the bottom, is occupied by State Street.

  • The 2015 expirations, which is in the mid-rise and in the tower, 2/3 of that is from sub-tenants of Manulife John Hancock.

  • For 2009, we have 1.75 million feet of expirations which is 800,000 square feet or 31\% less space to lease versus 2008. Home Page


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