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NVDA Jun 2026 940.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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202.50+0.26 (+0.13%)
As of 03:39PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close202.24
Expiry date2026-06-18
Day's range202.50 - 203.44
Contract rangeN/A
Open interest28
  • Yahoo Finance

    'Demand is just so strong': Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang tells Yahoo Finance supply can't keep up

    Nvidia's quarterly results blew away estimates again on Wednesday, and as the company moves to its next-generation chips its CEO sees supply, not demand, serving as its biggest challenge.

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    Nvidia tops earnings, House considers crypto framework: Market Domination Overtime

    Nvidia's (NVDA) fiscal first-quarter earnings results are the biggest story in this installment of Market Domination Overtime with Julie Hyman and Josh Lipton. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) dropped 200 points ahead of Nvidia's standout earnings figures. Nvidia ended up beating estimates for its 2025 first-quarter, posting revenue of $26 billion (expected $24.69 billion) and adjusted earnings of $6.12 per share (expected $5.65 per share). Defiance ETFs CEO and CIO Sylvia Jablonski sat down with Yahoo Finance to discuss the lasting impact on markets, tech, and other industries. VF Corp (VFC) and Synopsys (SNPS) shares react to their latest earnings data. Yahoo Finance's Jennifer Schonberger also break down the latest news out of Washington, D.C. regarding the the Financial Innovation and Technology for the 21st Century Act — or FIT21 — that could provide a regulatory framework for cryptocurrency. Both bitcoin (BTC-USD and ethereum (ETH-USD) prices are moving on this news as experts look ahead to how the Senate will vote on this if it passes through the House. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

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    Why this analyst says Nvidia is not a stock to buy

    The moment markets have been eagerly awaiting has finally arrived. Nvidia (NVDA) has released its first quarter earnings report, surpassing expectations on both revenue and profitability. D.A. Davidson Managing Director Gil Luria joins Asking for a Trend to discuss why he believes Nvidia is not a stock to buy despite its current performance. Luria acknowledges that Nvidia's results were "great," though "it shouldn't be too surprising" given their customers forewarned about increased spending on Nvidia's products. He pointed out that tech companies are engaged in an "arms race" to acquire as much generative AI capacity as possible, creating significant demand for the semiconductor company. However, Luria cautions that with more companies looking to rival Nvidia, "that's what you have to start thinking about for next year and the year after that." He emphasizes that these emerging competitive threats are something investors should closely monitor. For this reason, Luria says Nvidia is not currently a stock to buy: the company's "own customers" will be competing with them, leading to a revenue decline. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Asking for a Trend. This post was written by Angel Smith