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GOOG Mar 2024 130.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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10.750.00 (0.00%)
As of 03:38PM EST. Market open.
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Previous close10.75
Expiry date2024-03-15
Day's range9.52 - 10.77
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    Gen Z, Millennial investors tend to chase FOMO trade: Survey

    Younger investors — Millennials and Gen Z — seem to have FOMO as they are more likely to chase momentum behind earnings, according to Apex Fintech Solutions latest survey. Apex Fintech Solutions CEO Bill Capuzzi sits down with Yahoo Finance to discuss these FOMO trading trends observed from the most recent earnings seasons, especially across the Magnificent 7 tech stocks. "When I look at the data in terms of the pattern, those 26 and younger year olds, there was a bit of fear of missing out. The great earnings and the amount of activity in that name [Meta (META)] was significant compared to something like Uber (UBER), which also posted really good earnings," Capuzzi says. "What it tells me is you have this younger generation — this notion [of] Peter Lynch which is 'invest in what you know, invest in what you use' — in this case, you have this younger generation leaning into things they use today, number one, and number two, think that there's opportunity for that stock to continue to run." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live. Editor's note: This article was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

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    Chile partially pulls Google data center permit, seeks tougher environmental checks

    SANTIAGO (Reuters) -A Chilean environmental court partially reversed a permit allowing Google to build a data center in the country on Tuesday, asking the U.S. company to revise its application to take into account the effects of climate change. Google first received initial authorization for its announced $200 million Cerrillos Data Center in Santiago in early 2020, but the project has since drawn an outcry from residents and local officials over the possible impact on the capital's parched aquifer. Chile has been suffering from a drought for over a decade, and data servers require millions of gallons (liters) of water annually for cooling.