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Option Premium

The current market value of an option contract is known as an option premium. It is thus the money received by the seller (writer) of an option contract to another party. Premiums for in-the-money options are made up of intrinsic and extrinsic value. Premiums for out-of-the-money options only include extrinsic value.

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