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SONY Jan 2026 70.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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4.50000.0000 (0.00%)
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Previous close4.5000
Expiry date2026-01-16
Day's range4.5000 - 4.5000
Contract rangeN/A
Open interest223
  • Reuters

    Sony appoints Disney's Banerjee as new India CEO, sources say

    Japan's Sony has appointed a Walt Disney executive, Gaurav Banerjee, as its new India chief executive to lead its television and other media businesses, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Tuesday. Banerjee has resigned from Disney's India unit where he was the head of content for its streaming service, Hotstar, and head of business for the company's TV channels in Hindi-speaking markets, one source said. A second source said Banerjee would join Sony in about two months.

  • Associated Press Finance

    Sony says focus is on creativity, with games, movies, music, sensors, IP, and not gadgets

    Japanese electronics and entertainment company Sony says it’s focusing on creativity in movies, animation and video games, rather than old-fashioned gadgetry. Its chief executive, Kenichiro Yoshida, outlined the company’s strategy Thursday, saying Sony was helping creative professionals deliver what he called “kando,” or a moving experience. Yoshida did not speak about reports Tokyo-based Sony and Apollo Global Management are interested in buying Paramount Global.

  • Benzinga

    Sony Had A Good Q4 Game But It Needs To Figure Out How To Evolve Beyond PlayStation

    On Tuesday, Sony Group Corporation (NYSE: SONY) reported its fourth quarter results. Sony’s net profit grew from stronger earnings that were generated by its gaming and move business. Fiscal Fourth Quarter And Fiscal Year Highlights For the three months that ended in March, Sony reported revenue grew 13% YoY to 3.481 trillion yen, while net profit rose 34% YoY to 189.005 billion yen which is about $1.21 billion. The gaming business reported that operating profit more than doubled to 105.98 billi