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VSTO Jan 2025 25.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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8.650.00 (0.00%)
As of 09:30AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close8.65
Open8.65
Bid7.50
Ask10.70
Strike25.00
Expire Date2025-01-17
Day's Range8.65 - 8.65
Contract RangeN/A
Volume25
Open Interest145
  • Reuters

    Czech arms maker CSG chief eyes place on global stage

    Michal Strnad, who a decade ago became head of CSG, a family defence business, is closing in on buying U.S. ammunitions maker Kinetic Group that will transform a company that started by buying tanks for scrap into a key player in the global arms market. But first Strnad, the 31-year old Czech, owner and chairman of the Czechoslovak Group (CSG) -- a large supplier to Ukraine -- needs to fend off a rival offer for Kinetic parent Vista Outdoor to get control of around 20 percent of the West's small ammunitions market and nearly double its revenue from last year's 1.7 billion euros. "We are a long-term strategic investor that wants to take it private to build it and grow it and invest in new capacity and technology," Strnad told Reuters in an interview on Friday.

  • Reuters

    FOCUS-Czech arms maker CSG chief eyes place on global stage

    Michal Strnad, who a decade ago became head of CSG, a family defence business, is closing in on buying U.S. ammunitions maker Kinetic Group that will transform a company that started by buying tanks for scrap into a key player in the global arms market. But first Strnad, the 31-year old Czech, owner and chairman of the Czechoslovak Group (CSG) -- a large supplier to Ukraine -- needs to fend off a rival offer for Kinetic parent Vista Outdoor to get control of around 20 percent of the West's small ammunitions market and nearly double its revenue from last year's 1.7 billion euros. "We are a long-term strategic investor that wants to take it private to build it and grow it and invest in new capacity and technology," Strnad told Reuters in an interview on Friday.

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    UPDATE 2-Czech defence group CSG's profits jump as Ukraine war spurs demand

    Czechoslovak Group (CSG) more than doubled core earnings in 2023 and forecast continued strong demand for its heavy military equipment and large-caliber ammunition as countries ramp up defence spending amid war in Ukraine and elsewhere. Since Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine in 2022, the Czech defence and industrial manufacturer has raised large-caliber ammunition production several-fold. "We are really facing high demand," CSG Chief Financial Office Zdenek Jurak said on Wednesday.