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HAS Jan 2024 77.500 put

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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10.000.00 (0.00%)
As of 09:09AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close10.00
OpenN/A
Bid9.90
Ask10.50
Strike77.50
Expire Date2024-01-19
Day's Range10.00 - 10.00
Contract RangeN/A
VolumeN/A
Open Interest18
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Mattel forecasts 2023 profit below estimates as inflation hits demand

    Mattel Inc forecast 2023 earnings below estimates on Wednesday, joining rival Hasbro Inc in feeling the brunt of persistently high inflation that has hit demand for its action figures and Barbie dolls. While the toy industry has historically been more resilient to economic downturns than other discretionary sectors, Mattel said demand dropped off suddenly and sharply in October and November, leading to more profit-margin denting clearance sales to get rid of excess inventory. "As we enter 2023 we expect it to be a challenging environment for consumers, not just in toys, but in general, so there could be volatility," Mattel Chief Executive Officer Ynon Kreiz told Reuters.

  • Reuters

    Mattel forecasts 2023 profit below estimates as inflation hits demand

    (Reuters) -Mattel Inc forecast 2023 earnings below estimates on Wednesday, joining rival Hasbro Inc in feeling the brunt of persistently high inflation that has hit demand for its action figures and Barbie dolls. While the toy industry has historically been more resilient to economic downturns than other discretionary sectors, Mattel said demand dropped off suddenly and sharply in October and November, leading to more profit-margin denting clearance sales to get rid of excess inventory. "As we enter 2023 we expect it to be a challenging environment for consumers, not just in toys, but in general, so there could be volatility," Mattel Chief Executive Officer Ynon Kreiz told Reuters.

  • Reuters

    Mattel forecasts 2023 profit below expectations as inflation hits demand

    Mattel Inc forecast 2023 earnings below analyst expectations on Wednesday, joining rival Hasbro Inc in feeling the brunt of stubbornly high inflation that has hit demand for toys and games. While the toy industry has historically been more resilient to economic downturns than other discretionary sectors, Mattel said demand dropped off suddenly and sharply in October and November, leading to more profit-margin denting clearance sales to get rid of excess inventory. "As we enter 2023 we expect it to be a challenging environment for consumers, not just in toys, but in general, so there could be volatility," Mattel Chief Executive Officer Ynon Kreiz told Reuters.