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TGT May 2024 170.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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15.40+1.35 (+9.61%)
As of 03:49PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close14.05
Open15.50
Bid14.80
Ask15.75
Strike170.00
Expiry date2024-05-24
Day's range15.21 - 16.20
Contract rangeN/A
Volume19
Open interest216
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    Target history: Beyond the Ticker

    Target (TGT), or what some have nicknamed "Tarzhay," has seen its fair share of ups and downs in retail as a six decade-old company. Beyond the Ticker takes a deep dive into the retail giant’s biggest moments. 1962 The first Target discount store opened in Roseville, Minnesota. It was owned by the Dayton Company, which also had a well known department chain store called Dayton's. The two stores were competitors. 1990 The first Target Greatland opened in Apple Valley, Minnesota. Fifty percent larger than a standard Target store, Target Greatland included wider aisles, additional food options, and more efficient check lanes. 1995 The first SuperTarget opened in Omaha, Nebraska, combining Target Greatland with an upscale grocery store, Archer Farms Market. 2000 Dayton Hudson Corporation was renamed Target, operating under the new ticker symbol TGT. 2014 Current CEO Brian Cornell took the helm. Cornell was faced with years of weak sales growth and in charge of turning the cheap and chic retailer around. 2021 Ulta Beauty (ULTA) debuted at Target. That business proved to be a bright spot, luring in foot traffic, as customers were pulling back on spending in recent quarters. 2022 Target was one of the first companies to address "shrink," aka retail theft. That year, the company blamed the drop in gross margin rate on shoplifting, or "shrink." 2023 The big box retailer is thinking to the future, investing in promotions with its Circle Rewards program and investing in its footprint. With its biggest fleet yet, the company had more than 1,900 stores across all 50 states. From tech giants to retail titans, Beyond the Ticker is a historical series that takes a deep dive into some of Wall Street's trending companies and how they transformed into the financial icons they are today. Check out more of our Beyond the Ticker series, and be sure to tune in to Yahoo Finance. Editor's note: This video was produced by Zach Faulds.

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    Target Q1 earnings preview: What to expect out from retailer

    Bullseye! The red-and-white themed retailer Target (TGT) is set to report first-quarter earnings tomorrow morning — Wednesday, May 22 — ahead of the market open, aiming for revenue of $24.13 billion and earnings of $2.05 per share according to analyst estimates. Yahoo Finance's Josh Lipton lays out Wall Street sentiments around the retail stock, various tailwinds such as recent inventory re-pricing, and how Target holds up to the likes of Walmart (WMT). For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Wealth! This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

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    Target Slides Ahead Of Earnings After Major Price Cuts; TJX Also On Tap

    Target, TJX announce earnings Wednesday as retail results roll in. Target announced price cuts to thousands of products this week.