Binary Option expiry rate
When trading binary options, the value of the asset at the expiration time, the expiry rate, relative to the value of the asset at the start of the trade, the strike price, determines whether your trade has been successful. Below you will find a list of all the recent expiry rates from Banc De Binary’s trading platform. You can search the list by date or asset.
In addtion in binary options trading, the expiration rate and expiration time are two important terms that need to be understood as you trade binary options. The expiration time is a specific point of time in the future when the result of a trade is determined. The value of the financial asset at the expiry time is known as the binary options expiration rate or expiry rate. The binary options expiry rate differs from the strike price, which is the original value of the asset. The strike price provides you with a starting point for the value of the asset while the expiration rate provides you with the result of your trade.
When you are about to place a trade, you are provided with the strike price of a financial asset and a future expiry time for a particular option. In deciding whether to place a binary call or put option, you need to choose if the expiry rate of the financial asset will be higher or lower than its original value. If you believe the expiration rate will be higher than the strike price, you will execute a binary call option. If you believe that the opposite will occur – and the expiration rate will be lower than the strike price – you would execute a binary put option.
All expiry rates below are calculated based on the rates provided by Thomson Reuters and should correspond to the live rates visible on the trading platform at the time of expiry.