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DIS Jul 2024 89.000 put

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Previous close0.0400
Open0.2300
Bid0.0300
Ask0.0600
Strike89.00
Expiry date2024-07-26
Day's range0.0400 - 0.2300
Contract rangeN/A
Volume9
Open interest154
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    Small caps, biggest themes in the media landscape: Catalysts

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    Could WBD take a hit from losing NBA broadcast rights?

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