SPOT Jun 2023 200.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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Previous close110.00
Expiry date2023-06-16
Day's range110.00 - 110.00
Contract rangeN/A
Open interestN/A
  • Motley Fool

    Is It Too Late to Buy Spotify Stock?

    Audio streaming platform Spotify (NYSE: SPOT) has brushed aside last year's blues and is off to a killer start in 2023. The music industry is enjoying a renaissance, thanks to online platforms like Spotify that have made it easier -- and cheaper -- than ever before for music fans to access their favorite songs anytime, anywhere. While rising consumer demand is a great secular tailwind, the real reason behind Spotify's surging stock price is what the company is doing.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Spotify lays off 200 employees from podcast division

    Spotify announced on Monday that it will cut about 200 jobs from primarily its podcast division. The company said that the layoffs are part of their plan to grow "partnership efforts with leading podcasters." The Yahoo Finance team discuss what this move will mean for Spotify’s listeners and its relationships with A-list celebrities.

  • Yahoo Finance

    Spotify to cut 200 positions in podcast business, citing 'strategic realignment'

    Spotify has invested heavily in podcasts in the past four years. Now, it's slashing costs as it aims to boost its margins.

  • The Telegraph

    Spotify cuts 200 more jobs as celebrity audio deals fail to pay off

    Spotify will cut 200 jobs from its podcast business in its second round of redundancies this year, as the streaming giant continues to reel from its expensive bets on celebrity presenters such as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

  • Motley Fool

    2 Under-the-Radar Tech Companies That Will Benefit From the AI Boom

    These product leaders will create more value for consumers as they harness the power of artificial intelligence.

  • Reuters

    Spotify to lay off 200 workers in podcast division

    The move affects about 2% of the music-streaming giant's workforce and aligns Spotify with the likes of Meta Platforms and Roku, which have also cut jobs for the second time in response to an uncertain economy. Spotify had spent aggressively to build up its podcast business in recent years, hoping the higher engagement levels offered by the format will bring in more advertisers. In response, Spotify cut 6% of its workforce earlier in 2023 and announced the departure of Dawn Ostroff, who helped shape its podcast business and guided it through controversies such as the backlash around Joe Rogan's show for allegedly spreading misinformation about COVID-19.

  • Motley Fool

    3 Reasons Long-Term Investors Should Hit Play on Spotify

    There's a lot to like about Spotify (NYSE: SPOT), but investors must be patient with the stock. Here are three ways Spotify is set up for long-term success. Spotify has seen an explosion in ad-supported listeners over the last year, which should eventually translate into paid subscribers.

  • WSJ

    Why the $1.2 Billion Vinyl Industry Is Back From the Dead

    WSJ goes inside the largest record processing facility in America and talks with Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda and industry experts to learn why vinyl is having a resurgence. Photo: Michael Kofsky for The Wall Street Journal

  • Motley Fool

    According to Bill Simmons, Spotify's Advertising Is Getting an AI Boost

    Spotify (NYSE: SPOT) has been dabbling with artificial intelligence for a long time, but investors got some confirmation recently about what it will be building. In a podcast last week, Bill Simmons said ad reads could get a local element from artificial voices like his own.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    How AI is creating a 'Wild West' for entertainers, music copyright, writers

    Yahoo Finance entertainment reporter Allie Canal discusses the role of AI in the entertainment industry, including AI-generated voices in music tracks, AI taking the place of writers, and the possibility of lawsuits.

  • Yahoo Finance

    How AI is creating a 'Wild West' scenario for entertainment giants like Spotify, Disney

    For entertainment giants like Spotify, Disney and Universal Music, AI comes with a lot of risks along with potential rewards.

  • Motley Fool

    These 3 Growth Stocks Were Star Performers in April, and They're Still Buys

    Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) has come a long way since the days when the Windows operating system (launched in 1985) was its only blockbuster product. The company has grown to dominate other industries like gaming, cloud computing, and now, artificial intelligence (AI). Investors were particularly pleased with Microsoft's progress in AI during Q1, as it has been weaving the technology through the entire business.

  • Zacks

    Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Fox, Warner Bros Discovery, New York Times, Spotify and Alphabet

    Fox, Warner Bros Discovery, New York Times, Spotify and Alphabet have been highlighted in this Investment Ideas article.

  • Zacks

    New Media vs. Old Media: Winners & Losers

    Shake-ups in traditional media are hitting a fever pitch. Will legacy media fall victim to disruption?

  • Motley Fool

    Spotify Keeps Beating Expectations. Is It Time to Buy?

    Shares of Spotify (NYSE: SPOT) recently ran up to a 52-week high thanks to another well-received earnings report. In January, Spotify told investors to expect around 11 million new monthly active users during the first three months of 2023. Instead, the music streaming service added a whopping 26 million monthly active users.

  • Motley Fool

    Spotify Is Growing Users at a Record Rate: Should You Buy the Stock?

    The start of 2023 has been strong for digital audio platform Spotify (NYSE: SPOT). Exclusive podcasts, refined marketing strategies, and new platform features are driving more people around the world to sign up and engage with Spotify's audio service, which has investors bullish on its prospects at the moment. The highlight of Spotify's first quarter was clearly its user and subscriber numbers.

  • Reuters

    Spotify investigates issues after reports of outage

    There were more than 15,000 incidents of people reporting issues with Spotify, according to Downdetector, which tracks outages by collating status reports from a number of sources including user-submitted errors on its platform. Many users took to Twitter to share updates about the service disruption. Earlier this month, the company had experienced a brief outage, which impacted more than 20,000 people in the United States and over 8,000 in the UK at the peak of the service disruption, according to Downdetector.

  • Motley Fool

    Spotify Shocks With Enormous User Growth

    Spotify (NYSE: SPOT) reported incredible user growth in the first quarter, overcoming the pandemic that has hurt so many tech businesses. In this video, Travis Hoium discusses the good and bad of the quarter for Spotify.

  • Zacks

    Sirius XM's (SIRI) Miami Studios to be Launched by Howard Stern

    Sirius XM (SIRI) announces that its new Miami studios will be launched by Howard Stern on May 1.

  • Motley Fool

    Why Spotify Stock Popped Today

    Shares of streaming music monarch Spotify (NYSE: SPOT) got a big lift on Tuesday, rising 5.8% through noon ET even though the company reported a big net loss for the first quarter before the market opened -- and missed earnings estimates to boot. Heading into Q1, Wall Street analysts had forecast that Spotify would lose $0.93 per share on sales of $3.4 billion. Spotify's revenues rose 14% year over year to 3 billion euros.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Spotify ‘represents a great portfolio of products,’ strategist says

    Magnificent Noise Co-Founder Eric Nuzum joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss Spotify’s moves in the podcast space, the streaming giant’s heavy investments in the podcast space, and the outlook for the podcast industry.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Spotify Q1 earnings: What’s boosting investor sentiment

    Yahoo Finance’s Allie Canal joins the Live show to discuss quarterly key takeaways from Spotify earnings.

  • Yahoo Finance

    Spotify CEO Ek: 'We'd like to raise prices in 2023' but only when 'timing is right'

    Analysts largely expect Spotify to announce higher subscription fees in the coming months given its recent profitability push.


    Midday movers: First Republic, United Parcel Service, Spotify and more -- Stocks were falling on Tuesday on renewed worries about the banking sector after First Republic said $100 billion of deposits flowed out in the first quarter. Here are the market movers for April 25.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Spotify stock rises on Q1 earnings, monthly active users surpass estimates

    Yahoo Finance Live anchors Brad Smith and Julie Hyman discuss the rise in stock for Spotify following first-quarter earnings.