I want to know the answer of below scenarios in India.

Example: Infosys is trading at 2700 and I write a put of 2500 strike. The premium on 2500 strike is 1 INR and lot size is 125. So I will receive a premium of 125 INR. Now my question is;-

1. If infosys come down to 2600 and my put price increase to 4 INR from 1 INR, and option does not expire, whether I am at loss of 3 INR here ?

2. If infosys come down to 2600 and my put price increase to 4 INR from 1 INR and the option expire, whether I am at loss of 3 INR here ?

3. If infosys go up to 2800 and my put price is zero at expiration, what is the effect on my account. How much credit will I receive, Initial credit, or revised credit at the time of expiration based on the expiration price ?

I understand here quiet well that if infosys come below 2500 then I need to purchase 125 shares of infosys at price of 2500, if that put is on me or excercised on me.

Your help will be really appreciated.

Example: Infosys is trading at 2700 and I write a put of 2500 strike. The premium on 2500 strike is 1 INR and lot size is 125. So I will receive a premium of 125 INR. Now my question is;-

1. If infosys come down to 2600 and my put price increase to 4 INR from 1 INR, and option does not expire, whether I am at loss of 3 INR here ?

2. If infosys come down to 2600 and my put price increase to 4 INR from 1 INR and the option expire, whether I am at loss of 3 INR here ?

3. If infosys go up to 2800 and my put price is zero at expiration, what is the effect on my account. How much credit will I receive, Initial credit, or revised credit at the time of expiration based on the expiration price ?

I understand here quiet well that if infosys come below 2500 then I need to purchase 125 shares of infosys at price of 2500, if that put is on me or excercised on me.

Your help will be really appreciated.

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