Among the underlying components of the Russell 3000 Index, we saw notable options trading volume today in CrowdStrike Holdings Inc. (symbol: CRWD), with a total of 29,091 contracts traded so far, representing approximately 2.9 million shares of the underlying. This is approximately 46.5% of CRWD’s average daily trading volume over the past month of 6.3 million shares. particularly high amounts were observed for $130 strike call option expires on March 17, 2023, traded with 1,784 contracts traded to date, representing approximately 178,400 underlying shares of CRWD. Below is a chart showing CRWD’s trading history over the past twelve months, with the $130 strike highlighted in orange:
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. (symbol: AAWW) saw an options trading volume of 3,070 contracts, representing approximately 307,000 underlying shares or approximately 45.8% of AAWW’s average daily trading volume over the past month of 669,800 shares. particularly high amounts were observed for $100 strike put option expires on November 17, 2023, is trading with 2,831 contracts traded to date, representing approximately 283,100 underlying shares of AAWW. Below is a chart showing the last twelve months trading history of AAWW, with the $100 strike highlighted in orange:
And Golar LNG Ltd (symbol: GLNG) saw options trading volume of 5,896 contracts, representing approximately 589,600 underlying shares or about 45.5% of GLNG’s average daily trading volume over the past month, of 1.3 million shares. particularly high amounts were observed for $22.50 strike call option expires March 17, 2023, with 2,051 contracts trading to date, representing approximately 205,100 underlying shares of GLNG. Below is a chart showing the last twelve months trading history of GLNG, with the strike of $22.50 highlighted in orange:
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