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AMZN Sep 2025 75.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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0.5300+0.1300 (+32.50%)
As of 03:34PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close0.4000
Open0.5400
Bid0.5200
Ask0.5600
Strike75.00
Expiry date2025-09-19
Day's range0.5300 - 0.5400
Contract rangeN/A
Volume4
Open interest97
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    Amazon saw record sales for Prime Day this week as Prime members purchased more items than ever before, the company announced Thursday. The Seattle e-commerce giant, which does not disclose how much it earns during the popular discount event, also said “millions” of customers joined Prime in the past three weeks to take advantage of the discount event, which ended right before midnight Pacific Standard Time on Thursday. “Prime Day 2024 was a huge success thanks to the millions of Prime members globally who turned to Amazon for fantastic deals,” Doug Herrington, an Amazon executive who leads the company’s Prime and online shopping business, said in a statement included in the announcement.

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  • Reuters

    Amazon Prime Day boosts US online sales to record $14.2 billion, Adobe says

    The Amazon sales event has also got retailers such as Walmart and Target launching deals to attract customers looking for steep discounts. The two-day Amazon shopping event has turned July, traditionally a slow time for retailers, into a season when parents look for bargains, especially on back-to-school clothing, electronics, uniforms, backpacks, dorm decorations and supplies. This year, back-to-school shopping started about two days earlier than in prior years as retailers across the U.S. dangle discounts to rake in dollars that otherwise could go to Amazon.