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TGT Dec 2025 150.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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14.950.00 (0.00%)
As of 11:31AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close14.95
Open15.00
Bid20.10
Ask22.25
Strike150.00
Expiry date2025-12-19
Day's range14.95 - 15.00
Contract rangeN/A
Volume253
Open interest287
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    Target is making progress despite headline earnings: Analyst

    Target (TGT) disclosed a 3.7% decline in year-over-year comparable sales in its first-quarter earnings, sharing mixed results on the top and bottom lines. UBS U.S. Hardline & Broadline and Food Retail Analyst Michael Lasser sits down with The Morning Brief to discuss the buying opportunities in the retailer's stock while consumers battle inflation and credit card debt. "This is a wonderful buying opportunity. keep in mind that Target is still on pace to earn somewhere in the neighborhood of $9.50 this year, putting it well-positioned to earn $10 next year. If that's realistic, the stock is trading right now at 14 times that number. That is just too low a multiple," Lasser says. "Another way to think about it is Target's in a good spot to generate at least $4 billion of free cash flow this year, that it can distribute to shareholders in the form of share buybacks and dividends." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. Read more about Target's earnings here

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    Target earnings miss the mark as inflation-battered shoppers avoid buying things they don't really need

    Target comes up short after having shown signs of improvement in its business to cap off 2023.

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    How food inflation is creating debt, Target Q1 preview: Wealth!

    On today's episode of Wealth! Yahoo Finance's Brad Smith is joined by various guests to discuss the state of the housing market, the ongoing spending pressures faced by consumers, food inflation, and more. Opening the show, Yahoo Finance's Dani Romero breaks down the rise of homebuyers under 35 despite rising housing costs. Abbe Will, Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies' Senior Research Associate and Associate Director of Remodeling Futures, also joins to explain why homeowners are steering clear of renovations. As the state of the consumer points to increased price pressures, Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith delves into a report that revealed Macy's credit card holders are increasingly becoming delinquent on their payments. The show also previews Target's (TGT) earnings expectations following the company's announcement of reduced prices on nearly 5,000 items to help bring relief to consumer wallets. Finally, the show shifts focus to the impact of food inflation. Salad and Go CEO Charlie Morrison joins Wealth! to discuss the uptick in value offerings as a strategy to combat inflation. Host Brad Smith then breaks down the mounting debt Americans are building just to afford groceries. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Wealth! This post was written by Angel Smith