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MSFT Aug 2020 190.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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As of 1:56PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close0.0100
Open0.0200
Bid0.0000
Ask0.0100
Strike190.00
Expiry date2020-08-07
Day's range0.0100 - 0.0200
Contract rangeN/A
Volume63
Open interest3.06k
  • New bidders reportedly emerge for TikTok in the US as powerful critics assail the process
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    New bidders reportedly emerge for TikTok in the US as powerful critics assail the process

    The Wall Street Journal is reporting that TikTok and Twitter have held talks about a potential merger, even as the video sharing company defends itself against President Donald Trump's pressure to force the sale of the business or potentially ban it. As the internationally distributed video streaming version of Chinese technology developer Bytedance's social media app, TikTok has amassed a global user of avid consumers for its short form videos, including at least 100 million users in the US. According to The Wall Street Journal, Twitter and Bytedance have had preliminary talks about a merger of TikTok's US operations with the publicly traded social media company.

  • TikTok is reportedly planning to challenge the Trump Administration ban
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    TikTok is reportedly planning to challenge the Trump Administration ban

    TikTok, the video-sharing app that's moved to the center of the economic conflict between the US and China, is planning to challenge the executive order issued by President Donald Trump that would force the sale or ban the service in the United States. According to a report from National Public Radio yesterday, TikTok could file a federal lawsuit challenging the order as soon as Tuesday. The lawsuit is expected to be filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, where TikTok has its American headquarters.

  • Twitter wades into bidding war for TikTok's US arm
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    Twitter wades into bidding war for TikTok's US arm

    It comes as US and China’s tech war hit new lows after president Donald Trump banned US companies from doing any transactions with the owners of TikTok and WeChat.

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