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TSLA Jan 2024 1200.000 call

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157.68+6.58 (+4.35%)
At close: 12:48PM EDT
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Previous Close151.10
Expire Date2024-01-19
Day's Range157.68 - 170.20
Contract RangeN/A
Open Interest9.09k
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