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AAL Dec 2025 2.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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13.060.00 (0.00%)
At close: 03:24PM EDT
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Previous Close13.06
Open13.06
Bid10.60
Ask14.50
Strike2.00
Expire Date2025-12-19
Day's Range13.06 - 13.06
Contract RangeN/A
Volume1
Open Interest22
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    CrowdStrike outage fallout: Which industries had it the worst

    The CrowdStrike (CRWD) outages did more than just sink the cybersecurity provider's stock on Friday; a CrowdStrike update to Microsoft Windows (MSFT) systems led to worldwide tech outages and massive headaches for banks, airlines, and even emergency services. Market Domination host Julie Hyman details the pain points felt by these industries over the course of the day. Notably, Delta Air Lines (DAL) reported a whopping 777 cancelled flights globally. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Asking for a Trend. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan. Yahoo Finance extensively covered the CrowdStrike incident throughout the course of the day: Explainer: How CrowdStrike knocked the world offline Global tech outage: Microsoft VP explains what went wrong CrowdStrike update leads to global outage: Industries affected Understanding the CrowdStrike outages, errors in IT space CrowdStrike shares fall more than 13% as global IT outage grounds flights, cuts off 911 access CrowdStrike 'too critical a tool' to cast off after outages CrowdStrike still reputable, blowback will be short: Expert IT outage opens questions about consolidation in tech: Analyst Global tech outage disrupts businesses, flights

  • The Telegraph

    Holidays in chaos after global IT meltdown

    Hundreds of thousands of people have had their foreign summer holidays thrown into jeopardy by a global IT outage that caused chaos at British airports on Friday.

  • CNN Business

    3,000 US flights are canceled as a global computer outage wreaks havoc on businesses, 911 systems and government agencies

    Thousands of US flights were grounded Friday as a technical disaster plagued government agencies and businesses worldwide – leading to countless stranded passengers, canceled medical procedures and disrupted 911 services.