SI Jan 2024 155.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
95.50
0.00 (0.00%)
As of 01:22PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close95.50
Open94.50
Bid97.00
Ask102.00
Strike155.00
Expiry date2024-01-19
Day's range94.50 - 95.50
Contract rangeN/A
Volume10
Open interest13
  • Motley Fool

    1 Valuable Lesson Growth Investors Learned From the SVB Collapse

    Weeks after the collapse of SVB Financial, the parent company of Silicon Valley Bank, I think it's safe to say that there are still lessons to be learned by stakeholders. After all, SVB catered to many growth companies and the stock itself really acted much more like a growth stock in recent years, surging from around $250 per share prior to the pandemic all the way to about $750 per share in November 2021 when the markets were raging.

  • Zacks

    Silvergate Capital Corporation (SI) Flat As Market Gains: What You Should Know

    In the latest trading session, Silvergate Capital Corporation (SI) closed at $1.62, marking no change from the previous day.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Assumptions on banking regulation risks ‘were wrong’ ahead of SVB collapse: CFPB director

    CFPB Director Rohit Chopra sits down with Yahoo Finance’s Jennifer Schonberger to discuss the state of the banking system, the causes of the Silicon Valley Bank failure, and the proposals for banking safeguards.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Why we should bring back banking regulations: columnist

    Veteran columnist Joe Nocera says the best way forward for the banking sector is to regulate, regulate, regulate. Nocera joined Julie Hyman and Brad Smith on Yahoo! Finance Live as the Senate's hearing on banking turmoil was underway. He says he was "stunned" by Fed Vice Chair Michael Barr's testimony statement, which says "it is not the job of supervisors to fix the issues identified; it is the job of the bank's senior management and board of directors to fix its problems." The problems present in the banking sector should be addressed, Nocera says, by bringing back the "sensible regulations" originally imposed in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Specifically, Nocera mentioned bringing back the stress test for banks, originally introduced under the Dodd-Frank act. The stress test serves as a barometer of how well prepared a bank is to weather uncertain economic conditions. A covered institution must run stress tests on a regular basis, to prove they have sufficient capital to keep afloat under stressful circumstances. Under the Trump Administration, stress test requirements were relaxed significantly; the minimum threshold for banks was raised to $250 billion, and the frequency of tests was reduced across the sector. This allowed smaller banks - like SVB - to slide under the radar. "I think a lot of these problems could have been avoided" had regulations been in place, Nocera says. Key Video Moments: 00:00:25 Bring back the stress test 00:00:36 Reimpose regulations from 2008 00:00:50 Problems could've been avoided if proper regulations had been in place To listen to our full conversation with Joe Nocera, click here.

  • Motley Fool

    Did MicroStrategy Find a Silver Lining in Silvergate's Meltdown?

    The Bitcoin-savvy software giant faced unexpected financial challenges due to Silvergate's banking collapse. Yet this surprising turn of events may not have been all doom and gloom.

  • CoinDesk

    U.S. Bank Regulators Investigating Leaders of the Failed Tech Banks

    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is investigating the actions of the leaders of Signature Bank and Silicon Valley Bank to hold them accountable for their collapses, said Chairman Martin Gruenberg, who detailed their mismanagement and dangerous business concentrations – especially in digital assets at Signature – in testimony prepared for a U.S. Senate hearing.

  • Motley Fool

    Why Shares of Silvergate Capital Are Rising (Again) Today

    The bank received repayment for an outstanding term loan as it continues to wind down its operations.

  • CoinDesk

    MicroStrategy Pays Off Silvergate Loan, Buys More Bitcoin

    The company in March 2022 had borrowed $205 million from Silvergate Bank.

  • Motley Fool

    Silvergate Capital Intends to Go Out of Business, So Why Are Shares Blasting Higher Today?

    The crypto bank announced earlier this month it would wind down its operations and liquidate its assets.

  • CoinDesk

    U.S. Banking Crisis Could Present an Opportunity for Some Crypto Exchanges: JPMorgan

    Stablecoin trading volumes have increased following the run of bank collapses in the U.S., the report said.

  • CoinDesk

    Looking at Some Unanswered Signature and Silvergate Bank Questions

    It seems the crypto industry still has some questions about Signature and Silvergate’s shutdowns.

  • Zacks

    SI vs. CFR: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

    SI vs. CFR: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

  • Zacks

    Do Options Traders Know Something About Silvergate (SI) Stock We Don't?

    Investors need to pay close attention to Silvergate (SI) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.

  • Business Wire

    Silvergate Capital Corporation Receives Non-Compliance Notice from NYSE Regarding 10-K Filing

    LA JOLLA, Calif., March 20, 2023--Silvergate Capital Corporation ("Silvergate" or "Company") (NYSE:SI), the holding company for Silvergate Bank ("Bank"), today announced that on March 17, 2023 it received a letter from the New York Stock Exchange (the "NYSE") notifying the Company that it is not in compliance with the NYSE's continued listing standards given the Company failed to timely file its Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2022. Although Company management has been

  • CoinDesk

    U.S. Banking Cutoff Presents Opportunities for Crypto in Europe

    U.S policymakers seem to be doing their best to suffocate dollar on-ramps into crypto, leaving the door open for other mature markets to gain a competitive edge.

  • Yahoo Finance

    Biden asks Congress to give regulators authority to claw back executive compensation

    Biden calls on Congress to offer regulators more latitude in clawing back executive compensation from the leadership of failed banks.

  • Yahoo Finance

    10 charts that explain the current banking crisis: Morning Brief

    A quick visual explanation as to how a few banks failed and the fallout it's causing.

  • CoinDesk

    Is Ether a Security?

    Last Thursday morning, I wondered whether I needed to write a follow-up piece about Silvergate Bank. On Thursday evening, I wondered whether my main topic should instead be about ether potentially being a security. And then, obviously, some things happened.

  • CoinDesk

    U.S. Banking Crisis Could Strengthen Crypto Long Term, Experts Say

    Robust banking solutions for crypto companies and investor interest in the resilience of the ecosystem could serve as key features in the coming months, one developer opined.

  • Motley Fool

    Why Did Regulators Close Signature Bank? It's Not Entirely Clear

    Signature Bank is one of three banks that have been closed or put under FDIC receivership within the last week.

  • Yahoo Finance

    Elizabeth Warren in letter to Signature Bank seeks answers for 'disastrous' collapse

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren in a new letter to Signature Bank CEO Joseph DePaolo is seeking answers for how the bank ended up as the third-largest failed bank in U.S. history after its foray into the crypto world and what the Senator called "excessive risk-taking" across the business.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Banks under pressure: 'Not the time to panic'

    2023 has been a wild ride so far. We've seen the biggest bank failure since 2008, the fallout from which left Credit Suisse (CS) in hot water and wrecked havoc on the market. The biggest question on the average investor's mind at a time like this: "Is my money safe?" There are a few things to be mindful of when answering that question, says Dan Geltrude, founder of the accounting firm Geltrude & Company. Start with checking your bank balance, and make sure you're "under the FDIC-insured limits." If your bank is insured by the FDIC, the amount of "coverage you may be entitled to depends on the FDIC ownership category" according to the agency's website. It can all be very overwhelming, but Geltrude says "it is not the time to panic." Running to the bank and pulling out all your money may seem tempting, but Geltrude assures, "we are not at that point. But, again, you want to be mindful of where your money is and what your balances are." Key video moments: 00:00:02 - Is my money safe? 00:00:09 - Have you been managing your balances? 00:00:17 - It's not the time to panic Click here to watch our full conversation with Dan Geltrude, including his top tips for tax season.

  • CoinDesk

    Silvergate Wasn't Cut Off From Loans, Lender Says

    The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, the bank that supplied $4.3 billion to Silvergate late last year, did not force Silvergate to repay the advances which have been rumored to be the reason why the crypto-friendly bank had to go into voluntary liquidation, it said.

  • Yahoo Finance

    Rep. Maxine Waters on Silicon Valley Bank failure: 'This is all about regulation'

    The top Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee is calling for a Congressional inquiry into the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and says a 2018 rollback in some banking regulations are at the heart of this latest financial meltdown.

  • Zacks

    3 ETF Areas Likely to be in Tight Spots Post Banking Crisis

    Wall Street has been witnessing the biggest banking meltdown since 2008. These ETF investing areas are at tight spots.