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GM Aug 2024 43.000 put

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0.2700+0.1200 (+80.00%)
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Previous close0.1500
Open0.1900
Bid0.2600
Ask0.2700
Strike43.00
Expiry date2024-08-16
Day's range0.1900 - 0.3300
Contract rangeN/A
Volume163
Open interest2.17k
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    GM CFO on EVs: We try to rise above politics, focus on consumer

    The election season continues to heat up, with Vice President Kamala Harris likely clinching the Democratic nomination. Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump continues to campaign across the country, promoting his potential future policies, one of which is rolling back many of the Biden administration's EV policies. General Motors CFO Paul Jacobson (GM) sits down with Yahoo Finance Executive Editor Brian Sozzi to give insight into the current political landscape and how either candidate may impact the auto sector if they win in November. On the $7500 tax credit and some of the other EV initiatives potentially being wiped away by Trump, Jacobson comments: "I think we've obviously benefited from some of the jobs incentives and industry creation, but we've created thousands of jobs at our battery cell plants, module assembly, etc. And these are good, strong union jobs by American workers. So we're going to continue to invest. We're in this for the long term because, as we see it, it's about consumer choice." He adds, "We've seen a slowdown in some of the demand growth across the board. And we get a lot of inquiries in the $7,500 tax credit. And we think it's an important tool for some consumers today. But there are others who don't qualify for it or otherwise don't get it. And they're buying electric vehicles as well. So we've always been focused on what the long term is. And the long term is we need to reduce our costs." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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    GM Q2 earnings: GM beats, raises full-year guidance for 2nd straight quarter on the back of robust sales

    GM posted strong second quarter results and boosted its guidance for a second time this year as customers continue buying the Detroit-based automaker's gas-powered vehicles, trucks — and even EVs.

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    Tesla, Alphabet, Visa earnings and housing data: What to Watch

    July 23rd is packed with earnings, starting off with huge tech names Tesla (TSLA), Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL), and Comcast (CMCSA). In addition, companies such as Visa (V), Coca-Cola (KO), GE Aerospace (GE), UPS (UPS), Spotify (SPOT), and General Motors (GM) will also report.  Lastly, existing home sales data is due in the morning, with analysts forecasting a slight dip to 3.99 million. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by John Lesinski