Option Expiration Date & Time

Kernkraft

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Alright I'm trying to figure this out, but I fear I'll have to venture into VBA.

I have an options pricer, which works just fine, but I'm trying to improve it a bit more.

I have in one cell today's date: = Today()

Another cell or column I should say which spits out the delivery month based off that one cell... =Date(year($A$1), Month($A$1), Day(1))

And finally, I have an additional column that gives me the expiration date based on the delivery month column....

=Workday(EOMONTH($B4,0)+1,-4,Holidays!$D4)


I would like that last column to have the expiration date AND time (2:30 PM).... how would I go about doing this?

Thanks for any help.
 

Excel Facts

Move date out one month or year
Use =EDATE(A2,1) for one month later. Use EDATE(A2,12) for one year later.

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