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Finance Dictionary and Glossary of Investment Terms
Aggregate exercise price
The exercise price multiplied by the number of shares in a put or call contract. The option premium is excluded in the aggregate exercise price. In tje case of options traded on debt instruments, the aggregate exercise price is the exercise price of the underlying security multiplied by its face value.
The strike price of an option times the number of underlying securities in the contract. When calculating the aggregate exercise price, the premium paid or received on the option is not considered.
The strike price of a put or call option multiplied by its contract size. Aggregate exercise prices are used to determine the dollar amount required should the option be exercised.