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MSFT Sep 2025 590.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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14.450.00 (0.00%)
At close: 09:45AM EDT
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Previous close14.45
Open14.40
Bid10.00
Ask12.00
Strike590.00
Expiry date2025-09-19
Day's range14.40 - 14.45
Contract rangeN/A
Volume2
Open interest10
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    CrowdStrike fallout, US economy, Tesla robotaxi: Market Domination

    Tech-heavy markets are feeling the brunt of the global IT outages linked back to a CrowdStrike (CRWD) software update on Microsoft Windows systems (MSFT). Julie Hyman and Josh Lipton monitor these market moves in Friday's final trading hour in this episode of Market Domination. Microsoft corporate vice president and deputy CISO Ann Johnson comes onto the program to explain how and why these outages occurred, believing it to be linked to "something that was unexpected" and beyond CrowdStrike's control. Baird managing director and market strategist Michael Antonelli talks about whether markets (^DJI, ^IXIC, ^GSPC) still have room to grow as investors move out of Big Tech and eye the uncertainty surrounding the 2024 election and Federal Reserve interest rate cuts: "I want everybody to remember the US economy is not an on-off switch. It's a dimmer... It grows brighter, grows darker. That's how it works." Top trending stock tickers on the Yahoo Finance platform today also include Travelers Companies (TRV), Intuitive Surgical (ISRG), and Starbucks (SBUX). This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

  • The Guardian

    NHS England warns of disruption next week as global IT outage wreaks havoc

    Flights continue to be cancelled while GP surgeries and hospitals will be dealing with impact of backlogs

  • Associated Press Finance

    Malicious actors trying to exploit global tech outage for their own gain

    As the world continues to recover from massive business and travel disruptions caused by a faulty software update from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, malicious actors are trying to exploit the situation for their own gain. Government cybersecurity agencies across the globe and CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz are warning businesses and individuals about new phishing schemes that involve malicious actors posing as CrowdStrike employees or other tech specialists offering to assist those recovering from the outage.