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WMT Jun 2024 160.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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18.75+0.40 (+2.18%)
As of 03:30PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close18.35
Expire Date2024-06-21
Day's Range18.75 - 20.50
Contract RangeN/A
Open Interest3.77k
  • Associated Press Finance

    Shares of Walmart-backed Ibotta soar on public debut

    Shares of Ibotta, a Walmart-backed digital company that offers customers cash-back rewards and rebates on grocery brands ranging from Nestle to Coca-Cola, rose 33% in its Wall Street debut on the New York Stock Exchange. The Denver company, founded by lawyer Bryan Leach in 2011, works with more than 850 different clients and represents 2,400 consumer packaged brands, according to its prospectus filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Walmart, Family Dollar, Kroger and other major retailers use Ibotta's artificial intelligence-enabled software, which delivers promotions that match customers' purchasing behavior.

  • Bloomberg

    Walmart-Backed Ibotta Shares Surge 34% After $577 Million IPO

    (Bloomberg) -- Ibotta Inc. shares climbed as much as 34% after the digital marketing software firm and a group of shareholders raised about $577.3 million in an initial public offering priced above a marketed range.Most Read from BloombergDubai Grinds to Standstill as Flooding Hits CityElon Wants His Money BackSingapore Loses ‘World’s Best Airport’ Crown to QatarRecord Rainfall in Dubai? Blame Climate Change, Not Cloud SeedingRed Lobster Considers Bankruptcy to Deal With Leases and Labor CostsSh

  • Reuters

    Walmart-backed Ibotta shares surge 33% in strong market debut

    (Reuters) -Shares of digital marketing firm Ibotta soared 33% on their debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, giving the Walmart-backed company a market valuation of $3.55 billion. Ibotta sold 6.6 million shares at $88 apiece in its initial public offering (IPO), raising $577.3 million. Ibotta's stellar listing follows successful debuts by social media platform Reddit and chip firm Astera Labs.