MSFT Jun 2024 365.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
+0.90 (+4.00%)
As of 11:36AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close22.50
Expiry date2024-06-21
Day's range22.85 - 23.55
Contract rangeN/A
Open interest1.55k
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  • The Guardian

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  • Reuters

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    Alphabet's Google and Microsoft are inserting ads into AI experiments without providing an option to opt out of participation, an approach that has already rankled some brands and risks further pushback from the industry, ad buyers told Reuters. The two tech giants are racing to revamp their search engines with artificial intelligence that can produce written responses to open-ended queries. Microsoft is testing ads in the Bing AI chatbot, which began rolling out to users in February, by relocating some traditional search ads and inserting them into the AI responses, the company said.

  • Motley Fool

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  • Reuters

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  • Reuters

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  • Reuters

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    Prediction: This Stock Will Top $5 Trillion Before Apple

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  • The Telegraph

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  • Reuters

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  • Reuters

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    Microsoft's president met Britain's finance minister for talks on Tuesday and said he would try to work with regulators to seek UK approval for its $69 billion purchase of "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard. British competition authorities blocked the takeover in April in a shock decision which jeopardises gaming's biggest-ever deal, drawing a furious response from the two groups who questioned whether the country remained open to tech firms. Microsoft has since appealed and its president, Brad Smith, met British finance minister Jeremy Hunt for talks in London on Tuesday, a government source said, without giving details.