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As such, options are trading at a slight mark-up to normal intraday volumes, with 33,000 calls and 36,000 puts on the tape.
International Business Machines Corp. will also report first-quarter earnings after the close tomorrow.
Stock markets have been selling off for a couple of weeks, but there has been no apparent fundamental underpinnings to the decline.
With tax day upon us, it seems more than appropriate to make H&R Block, Inc. and Intuit Inc. contestants in this week's Brand Face-Off.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is churning slightly above the flat line this morning, after notching a triple-digit gain on Monday.
StockTwits today are nutritional supplements provider Herbalife Ltd. , as well as energy issues Halcon Resources Corp and National-Oilwell Varco, Inc. .
"This morning, Citigroup Inc reported better-than-expected earnings, and last month's retail sales report came in above the consensus," summarized Schaeffer's Senior Equity Analyst Joe Bell, CMT.
Today's rally may prompt an exit among short sellers, as nearly one-quarter of the stock's float is sold short.
Similar to sector peer Cisco Systems, Inc. , put players have been active in Finisar Corporation's options pits.
Taiwan's securities firms saw their combined net profit rise more than 10 percent month-on-month in March with the help of rising share prices, according to the Taiwan Stock Exchange .
I love Michael Lewis' writing, but I have some surprisingly good news to share about the high-frequency trading scandal revealed in his new book: High-frequency trading is not likely to hurt disciplined, long-term, low-frequency-trading investors.
This negative price action is continuing today, with shares of AAL off 0.6% at $35.06.
On the call side, the stock's April 7 strike has received notable attention, and the vast majority of the 6,270 contracts traded have done so on the bid side, pointing to seller-driven activity.
Following the substantial sell-off that was seen in the previous session, stocks have fluctuated over the course of the trading on Friday.
The West Salem man convicted in 2012 of killing his parents wants a new trial. Attorneys for Eric Koula will make their arguments this afternoon in a La Crosse County courtroom in front of Judge Scott Horne, who presided over the original trial that took much of the month of June, 2012.