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AAPL Jun 2025 225.000 call

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25.75-3.38 (-11.60%)
As of 03:28PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close29.13
Open29.72
Bid24.90
Ask28.50
Strike225.00
Expiry date2025-06-20
Day's range25.00 - 29.72
Contract rangeN/A
Volume127
Open interest4.4k
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