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AMZN Jan 2025 120.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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1.0100+0.0800 (+8.60%)
As of 03:25PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close0.9300
Open0.8400
Bid0.8100
Ask1.0500
Strike120.00
Expiry date2025-01-17
Day's range0.8400 - 1.0800
Contract rangeN/A
Volume58
Open interest17.46k
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