Call Date has many references in the financial world. Definition 1- the date before maturity on which a bond may be redeemed at the option of the issuer. Definition 2 – the date on which an options call contract expires. If an investor bought a call and the stock has hit it’s strike price, the buyer has the right, but not obligation, to buy the stock. Sellers of calls do not have an option, their stock will be surrendered if the buyer wants it.
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