Options Trading News

August 6, 2013  Tue 10:45 AM CT

Hasbro (HAS): A block of 12,969 October 45 calls was sold for $2.50 and rolled to the October 47.50s, bought for $1.30. The trader collected a credit of $1.20 in the process and remains exposed to upside in the toymaker. HAS fell 1.35 percent to $46.17. (See related story)

ArcelorMittal (MT): Blocks of 13,000 contracts each traded in the August 13 calls and the August 14 calls. Volume was below open interest, which suggests an existing bullish call spread was closed. MT fell 3.25 percent to $12.20.

Micron Technology (MU): Some 5,500 August 14 puts were bought, mostly for $0.47, but volume was below open interest at the strike. MU fell 1.23 percent to $14.
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