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Old 01-11-2018, 05:18 PM
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Default Fully understanding dividends in put call parity

I keep confusing myself because of my experience trading options in the actual market.

Question 1.) In the actual US market do you collect dividends on weekly (euro) options like you do when long a monthly call?

Question 2.) In the context of MFE, is it options are priced with the assumption that the stock will lose value in the future by taking out dividends?

And this is why C-P = S - PV (divs) - K (discounted)
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