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PYPL Sep 2024 67.500 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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9.10+0.59 (+6.93%)
As of 09:33AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close8.51
Open9.10
Bid8.40
Ask8.55
Strike67.50
Expiry date2024-09-20
Day's range9.10 - 9.10
Contract rangeN/A
Volume1
Open interest599
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Musk pay package, cruise line pressures: Market Domination

    On today's episode of Market Domination, Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Josh Lipton break down the trading week's biggest stories from Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk's pay package to tumbling cruise line stocks. The major indexes (^DJI, ^IXIC, ^GSPC) are mixed after June's consumer sentiment data hit its lowest level since November. CFRA Research chief investment strategist Sam Stovall is concerned that markets may have "to endure another decline" before the following year sees substantial market gains. Tesla shareholders approved CEO Elon Musk's controversial $56 billion compensation package at Thursday's shareholder meeting. Financial analyst and YouTuber "Meet Kevin" Kevin Paffrath was in favor of Musk's pay package, explaining, "the deal was made in 2018 and it was very public... Frankly, if that same deal was made today at those prices then, everybody would look at that as a shareholder and go — well, at least 70% like we had then — 'Of course, we're going to support if you can move the market capitalization of this stock essentially exponentially. Of course, we're going to support paying for you.' So receiving that and then being frustrated about Elon in the short term, I don't think is fair. I think it hits on an element of justice." As the summer travel season heats up, top cruise line stocks (CCL, RCL, NCLH, VIK) dipped in Friday's session after Bank of America analysts found cruise prices to be "modestly softer" in June. On the airline side, issues with Boeing (BA) are preventing companies from accessing new planes, stunting growth amid high demand. Peter McNally, Third Bridge Global's Head of Industrials, Materials, and Energy Sector, explains, "companies like United (UAL) who've got very ambitious targets out to 2026 that they've had to temper that a bit... It doesn't seem like Boeing's problems are going to be sorted anytime soon, and it's not like Airbus (AIR.PA) can go any faster than they already are." Shares of Shopify (SHOP) rose after Evercore ISI's Mark Mahaney upgraded the e-commerce company to Outperform from In Line, citing an attractive entry point for investors following a slight decline in the share price. Tempus AI (TEM) shares also popped after making its trading debut on the Nasdaq via an IPO. This post was written by Melanie Riehl

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    Paypal (PYPL) Registers a Bigger Fall Than the Market: Important Facts to Note

    In the most recent trading session, Paypal (PYPL) closed at $60.64, indicating a -1.47% shift from the previous trading day.

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    PayPal lacks 'big, bold' strategy for growth

    On today's episode of Good Buy or Goodbye, host Julie Hyman is joined by Threadneedle founder Ann Berry to discuss her top stock picks within the tech sector. Berry recommends Palo Alto Networks (PANW) as a buy, highlighting the company's strong positioning in the cybersecurity market. She notes that businesses are increasingly seeking to outsource their "cybersecurity solutions from one place," and Palo Alto's business model caters to this demand. Additionally, Berry emphasizes that the company has forged "big strategic relationships" and secured contracts with multiple prominent enterprises, such as United Healthcare (UNH) and IBM (IBM). Furthermore, Palo Alto boasts an impressive 37% free cash flow margin, which Berry believes could facilitate strategic acquisitions and fuel future growth. On the other hand, Berry names PayPal (PYPL) as a stock to avoid, citing concerns about the company's lack of an execution strategy. She argues that while PayPal "should be winning on gaining share," the new CEO has yet to implement or announce "a big, bold" strategy to drive growth and capture market share. Berry also notes that the company's go-to-market tactics, which were once a strategic advantage, have surprisingly underperformed. Consequently, she believes that without a clear turnaround plan or strategic vision, PayPal will continue to lose ground to competitors in the highly competitive digital payments space. This post was written by Angel Smith