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GOOGL Jan 2023 205.000 call

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Previous close0.0100
Open0.0100
Bid0.0100
Ask0.0200
Strike205.00
Expiry date2023-01-20
Day's range0.0100 - 0.0100
Contract rangeN/A
Volume26
Open interest3.25k
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