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GOOG Dec 2025 140.000 call

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23.700.00 (0.00%)
As of 12:37PM EST. Market open.
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Previous close23.70
Open24.50
Bid0.00
Ask0.00
Strike140.00
Expiry date2025-12-19
Day's range22.40 - 24.50
Contract rangeN/A
Volume12
Open interest2.14k
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    Nvidia (NVDA) has reached an all-time high in trading and shows few signs of slowing down. But are there opportunities in the sector for other companies to make an intervention? Constellation Research founder and analyst R "Ray" Wang and TD Cowen managing director and senior equity research analyst John Blackledge join the Live show to discuss the future of the Magnificent Seven tech stocks and what investors need to keep in mind with so many possibilities in the sector. While Apple (AAPL) has made forays into generative AI, investors say they want more. Wang, however, sees existing potential, such as the expansion of Apple Ferret, an open-source machine learning model, and Apple chips with built-in AI. He signals that the recent regulations levied against Apple rom the Europe Union might affect AI stocks moving forward: "The challenge with AI and regulatory bodies is this is the opportunity for an aspiring politician to save the world and help us with privacy and stop big tech. And without understanding the cost/benefit analysis of what they're going up against. So you are going to see a lot more regulatory pressure and headwinds that are going to affect a lot of these tech companies, especially as government wants to get involved in the regulatory aspect of AI because tech is one of the few industries that is so lightly regulated compared to everything else." Blackledge elaborates on the nature of competition between tech companies in their pursuit of generative AI: "Microsoft (MSFT) and OpenAI clearly won the headline battle last year for sure. Alphabet (GOOG,GOOGL), as far as I was tracking, right, probably in February, March, start to go faster with it. They had some good announcements in IO last year, last May. Obviously we're talking about the Gemini launch and it is going to be a little bit uneven but I do believe it's there for them to do well and to benefit like I was saying earlier with their cloud business, for enterprises and small business, and then with their Gemini suite of products for consumers. I agree, we've heard from all of our companies have reported. They're all using generative AI across their companies for internal functions and what not. We think Alphabet will be there for it. The pressure is definitely on." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live. Editor's note: This article was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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  • Reuters

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    Alphabet's Google has agreed to restore the Indian apps it deleted from its app store after a dispute over service fee payments, India's IT minister said on Tuesday, following pushback from the government and startups. Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The U.S. firm on Friday removed more than 100 Indian apps, including popular ones by Matrimony.com, for not complying with its policy of paying a service fee when in-app payment options other than Google's are used.