UK markets open in 3 hours 59 minutes

DG Nov 2024 145.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
Add to watchlist
6.63+0.83 (+14.31%)
As of 03:41PM EDT. Market open.
Full screen
Previous close5.80
Open7.22
Bid5.90
Ask6.10
Strike145.00
Expiry date2024-11-15
Day's range6.63 - 7.22
Contract rangeN/A
Volume2
Open interest558
  • CNN Business

    Dollar General has 48 hours to make its stores safer or it will face big fines

    Dollar General will improve safety protocols in stores and pay $12 million in penalties in a sweeping settlement with the Department of Labor over the discount chain’s long history of putting low-wage employees in dangerous working conditions.

  • Associated Press Finance

    Dollar General to pay $12M fine to settle alleged workplace safety violations

    Dollar General has agreed to pay a $12 million fine and improve conditions at its thousands of retail stores nationwide to make them safer for workers, the U.S. Department of Labor said Thursday. The discount retailer and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration reached the settlement to resolve alleged violations that included unsafe storage, blocked emergency exits and fire extinguishers, and inaccessible electrical panels. If inspectors find similar problems in the future, Dollar General may be fined $100,000 a day for any that are not resolved within 48 hours, the agreement states.

  • Reuters

    Dollar General to pay $12 million penalty, improve safety in US settlement

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Discount store operator Dollar General has agreed to pay $12 million in penalty for alleged safety violations that led to blocked exits and fire extinguishers and unsafe storage, the U.S. Labor Department said in a statement on Thursday. The company is also required to improve workplace safety in stores across the U.S. in a settlement with the Labor Department, the government agency added. Dollar General, which reported net income of $363.3 million in the quarter ended in April, has over 19,000 stores in the U.S., was designated by the U.S. Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration as a "severe violator" of federal law.