Put-to-seller meaning

A phrase used to indicate that a put option has been exercised. A put entitles the holder to sell the underlying securities to the put writer at the agreed-upon price. If the put holder required the put writer to purchase shares of a stock for $65 a share, the put writer would have to purchase them at that price, even if they were only trading at $55 in the market currently. See also put.
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