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BHP Jan 2025 85.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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23.900.00 (0.00%)
As of 02:35PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close23.90
Expiry date2025-01-17
Day's range23.90 - 23.90
Contract rangeN/A
Open interest239
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Major energy M&A deals, the market's momentum: Morning Brief

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  • Bloomberg

    BHP Abandons $49 Billion Bid After Anglo Refuses More Talks

    (Bloomberg) -- BHP Group decided against making a firm offer for Anglo American Plc, instead walking away for now from what would have been the biggest mining deal in over a decade.Most Read from BloombergWall Street Returns to T+1 Stock Trading After a CenturyWorld’s Largest Nuclear Plant Sits Idle While Energy Needs Soar‘Not Gonna Be Pretty:’ Covid-Era Homebuyers Face Huge Rate JumpNew BYD Hybrid Can Drive Non-Stop for More Than 2,000 KilometersTreasuries Hit as US Sales Struggle to Lure Buyer

  • Reuters

    BHP walks away from $49 billion takeover offer for Anglo American

    "We were unable to reach agreement with Anglo American on our specific views in respect of South African regulatory risk and cost," BHP said in a statement, adding that it did not get "key information" from Anglo to address these risks. Anglo rejected BHP's last-ditch request for more time to discuss a takeover offer, dismissing it as highly complex, after the miner had granted BHP a one-week extension to its original May 22 deadline to submit a binding offer.