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MSFT Sep 2025 280.000 put

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Previous close2.9500
Expiry date2025-09-19
Day's range2.9500 - 2.9500
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Open interest100
  • 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.

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    CrowdStrike 'too critical a tool' to cast off after outages

    Major tech outages happened worldwide as issues with a CrowdStrike (CRWD) software update disrupted airline operators, banking institutions, and healthcare systems. Global issues arose after CrowdStrike updated software in Microsoft Windows (MSFT) systems. Citizens JMP Securities equity research analyst Trevor Walsh joins Market Domination to give insight into the incident with CrowdStrike and what it means for company and those in the cyber security sector moving forward. Walsh argues this incident won't really affect CrowdStrike's overall health ahead of its next earnings release on September 4, reducing it to "one-off basis" rather than a broader risk to the cybersecurity firm. "The criticality of CrowdStrike as a security platform tends to, I think, outweigh some of those issues in the sense of customers can't afford to just turn them off and not renew because of one incident. They're just too tied into the ecosystem," Walsh tells Yahoo Finance. "They're too critical of a tool and what kind of within the overall stack. So I think those conversations certainly have the potential to emerge..." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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    How a CrowdStrike update knocked out systems globally

    An update from cybersecurity giant CrowdStrike (CRWD) is causing chaos worldwide as airlines, hospital systems, businesses, and banks face massive disruptions from the outage. Yahoo Finance Tech Editor Dan Howley joins Market Domination to discuss the fallout and how affected companies are handling the outage. The outage occurred when CrowdStrike sent out an update for its software that impacted Microsoft (MSFT) systems that are used by everything from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies.  Howley explains, "When an update goes out, it points to different flaws in systems that attackers also learn about. An update goes out, the information is published about it. Attackers aren't dumb, and so they know what the update's fixing. If companies don't apply those updates and fix those flaws, then attackers can go after them. So, the updates were applied across the board to CrowdStrike customers and that's why we saw this huge cascade of failures." He adds that CrowdStrike is working on deploying a patch, but it may take longer for companies to get the fixes. In the meantime, some companies are manually fixing issues where they can in order to get operations back on track. However, Howley notes, "It's not something that they can just automate. And so it's not something that's just going to go away at the drop of a hat. This is something that's going to take a while to truly remediate." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by Melanie Riehl