Regarding the option trading activity among the components of the S&P 500 index, there is notable activity today in Netflix Inc (Symbol: NFLX), where a total volume of 66,621 contracts has been traded so far today, a contract volume which is representative of approximately 6.7 million underlying shares (given that each 1 contract represents 100 underlying shares). This number represents 71.4% of the average daily volume of NFLX exchanges in the past month, or 9.3 million shares. Particularly high volume was observed for the $ 390 strike option expiring April 3, 2020, with 5,151 contracts traded so far today, representing approximately 515,100 underlying shares of NFLX. Below is a graph showing the twelve-month trading history of NFLX, with the strike of $ 390 highlighted in orange:
Boeing Co. (Ticker: BA) recorded an option trading volume of 199,852 contracts, representing approximately 20.0 million underlying shares or approximately 55.1% of BA’s average daily trading volume at last month, or 36.3 million shares.
Particularly high volume was observed for the strike option of $ 120 expiring April 3, 2020, with 15,933 contracts traded so far today, representing approximately 1.6 million underlying shares of BA. Below is a graph showing BA’s twelve-month trading history, with the $ 120 strike highlighted in orange:
And the options of Alphabet Inc (Symbol: GOOGL) currently show a volume of 19,726 contracts. This number of contracts represents approximately 2.0 million underlying shares, or 3.6.1% of the average daily volume of GOOGL transactions in the past month.
Particularly high volume was observed for the $ 1,130 strike option expiring April 3, 2020, with 2,180 contracts traded so far today, representing approximately 218,000 GOOGL underlying shares. Below is a graph showing GOOGL’s twelve-month trading history, with the $ 1,130 strike highlighted in orange:
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