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AAPL Jun 2024 175.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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32.85-1.65 (-4.78%)
At close: 03:56PM EDT
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Previous close34.50
Open35.60
Bid31.00
Ask34.50
Strike175.00
Expiry date2024-06-21
Day's range32.85 - 37.25
Contract rangeN/A
Volume2,634
Open interest29.01k
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    Cybersecurity fundamentals improving 'by the day': Strategist

    Nvidia (NVDA) is trading lower on Friday after experiencing a run the previous week. Some on Wall Street have begun to question whether the stock can continue its historic rally. Meanwhile, Microsoft (MSFT) has reclaimed its title as the most valuable US company in market capitalization. Spear Invest Founder and CIO Ivana Delevska joins Market Domination Overtime to give insight into the performance of the Big Tech stocks and explain what investors should consider for their portfolios. "We think that mega-caps drove the first leg of this upturn this year. And as we get into the second half, we think the upturn will broaden to mid-cap stocks. So that's where we are really looking most for opportunities. We still like Nvidia. We still see a lot of upside, but we don't think it's going to be as outsized of a performer compared to the rest of our portfolio," Delevska explains. She adds that cybersecurity is a "particularly exciting" sector because the fundamentals are improving "by the day." Demand is high given the volume of cyber attacks affecting large companies on a daily basis, Delevska notes. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination Overtime. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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    Chinese consumers love AI smartphones but Apple faces localisation challenges, report says

    Chinese consumers show the strongest interest globally in smartphones with artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, but foreign handset makers such as Apple will face localisation challenges in the market due to regulatory requirements, according to a new report. According to a report published by market research firm Canalys on Friday, 43 per cent of consumers in China - the world's largest smartphone market - expressed high to very high interest in AI smartphones, a greater percentage than i