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AAPL Feb 2023 105.000 put

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0.9200-0.2300 (-20.00%)
As of 10:01AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close1.1500
Open0.8700
Bid0.9400
Ask1.0000
Strike105.00
Expire Date2023-02-17
Day's Range0.8700 - 0.9200
Contract RangeN/A
Volume6
Open Interest2.14k
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Foxconn's January sales surge as China COVID disruption shaken off

    Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker and major iPhone assembler for Apple Inc, said on Sunday its revenue in January jumped 48.2% year-on-year, as it shook off COVID disruptions in China. Revenue in January reached a record high, at T$660.4 billion ($22 billion), with operations returning to normal and shipments increasing at its Zhengzhou campus in China, a centre for iPhone production, the company said in a statement. Compared to the previous month, revenue was up 4.93% with smart consumer electronics products, which includes smartphones, and computing products showing strong double-digit growth, it said.

  • Reuters

    Foxconn's January sales surge as China COVID disruption shaken off

    TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker and major iPhone assembler for Apple Inc, said on Sunday its revenue in January jumped 48.2% year-on-year, as it shook off COVID disruptions in China. Revenue in January reached a record high, at T$660.4 billion ($22 billion), with operations returning to normal and shipments increasing at its Zhengzhou campus in China, a centre for iPhone production, the company said in a statement. Compared to the previous month, revenue was up 4.93% with smart consumer electronics products, which includes smartphones, and computing products showing strong double-digit growth, it said.

  • Reuters

    Foxconn's January sales surge COVID disruption shaken off

    Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker and major iPhone assembler for Apple Inc, said on Sunday that revenue in January jumped 48.2% year-on-year, as it shook off COVID disruptions in China. Revenue in January reached a record high, with operations returning to normal and shipments increasing at the Zhengzhou campus in China, a centre for iPhone production, the company said in a statement. Production of iPhones faced disruption ahead of Christmas and January's Lunar New Year holidays, after curbs to control COVID-19 prompted thousands of workers to leave Foxconn's factory lines in Zhengzhou.