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BA May 2024 265.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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83.630.00 (0.00%)
As of 03:35PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close83.63
Open93.59
Bid75.70
Ask83.85
Strike265.00
Expiry date2024-05-17
Day's range83.63 - 93.59
Contract rangeN/A
Volume3
Open interestN/A
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Nvidia earnings, crypto rally, new housing data: Catalysts

    On today's episode of Catalysts, Co-Hosts Seana Smith and Madison Mills invite top experts and strategists to break down some of the market's (^DJI,^GSPC, ^IXIC) biggest stories, from the crypto rally to the summer travel season driving consumer trends. Nvidia (NVDA) earnings are highly anticipated, as the chip company is expected to report a massive 242% surge in revenue. If Nvidia meets or tops these expectations, investors are hopeful it will spur a broader market rally. Skybridge Capital Founder and former White House Director of Communications Anthony Scaramucci encourages shareholders to stick with the company regardless of its earnings results: "I think if you hold it over the next decade, you're going to be very well rewarded." Newly released housing data shows existing home sales dropped in April, declining by 1.9% versus the expected 0.8%. HousingWire Lead Analyst Logan Mohtashami notes that while inventory levels have been on an upward trajectory, lingering challenges, like high mortgage rates and housing prices, are stunting the housing market's overall growth. Cryptocurrencies bitcoin (BTC-USD) and ethereum (ETH-USD) are rallying as the House is set to vote on the Financial Innovation and Technology for the 21st Century Act, or FIT21. The new crypto legislation could boost the entire sector as it would remove it from the purview of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Scaramucci adds that with the upcoming election, the Biden administration should show the sector some favorability as more individuals are looking to boost their wealth by investing in cryptocurrencies. As the summer travel season heats up, US ​​Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg joins the show to discuss how Americans should plan for their vacations ahead. He encourages all travelers to know their rights before making their trips, pointing to new measures that guarantee automatic refunds if flights get canceled. Buttigieg explains that the Department of Transportation is focused on getting "America's airlines to succeed and thrive. We want them to do it by providing good customer service and through honest practices." He adds that while many may be flying on Boeing (BA) planes this summer, consumers should not be afraid: "Look, I'm on a Boeing airplane every few days... so this is personal to me as well as something I care about as a policymaker. And bottom line is the FAA is not going to allow anything to go forward that they're not satisfied is safe." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here This post was written by Melanie Riehl

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Boeing still has a 'long way to go': Sec. Buttigieg

    Boeing (BA) is facing a host of issues, from the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) probe of the company's 787 Dreamliner inspections to the Alaska Airlines (ALK) mid-flight door blowout. US ​​Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg talks to Yahoo Finance's Brian Sozzi about how the Department of Transportation is looking at the company. "The good news is that there has been a lot of engagement. They've taken a number of steps in response to the pressure that the FAA is putting on them, but there's still a long way to go," Sec. Buttigieg says. The FAA is barring Boeing from increasing its production rate until the company has proven that it can address the mounting safety concerns. "At the end of the day, it's all about the results. They're saying the right things, they're taking encouraging steps, but we need to make sure that we see it on the shop floor, that we see it in terms of the quality of the product that rolls off the line," he adds. On whether Americans can trust Boeing, Sec. Buttigieg says, "Look, I'm on a Boeing airplane every few days... so this is personal to me as well as something I care about as a policymaker. And bottom line is the FAA is not going to allow anything to go forward that they're not satisfied is safe." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Catalysts. This post was written by Melanie Riehl

  • Reuters

    Boeing targets June 1 for Starliner's debut crew launch amid helium leak probe

    NASA and Boeing are targeting June 1 for the company's first crewed launch of its Starliner spacecraft as engineers investigate the cause of a helium leak and examine how it could affect crucial parts of the mission, the agency said Wednesday. The helium leak on Starliner's propulsion system has held up the spacecraft's first mission to space carrying humans, initially planned for May 7 but successively delayed as NASA and Boeing attempt to fix the issue and run new tests on the spacecraft.