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If constructed using calls, it is a bull call spread. If constructed using puts, it is a bull put spread. A bull spread can be constructed using two call options.Often the call with the lower exercise price will be at-the-money while the call with the higher exercise price is out-of-the-money. Both calls must have the same underlying security and expiration month. A AdjustmentsA change to contract terms due to a corporate action (e.g., a merger or stock split).
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