Stocks jumped in the final hour and the Dow closed up 153.41 to 10,808.71 on positive EU crisis news. The S&P 500 followed suit and closed up 24.72 to 1,123.95. The Nasdaq rose 69 points for a 2,404.82 close.
The VIX closed at 40.82, down 4.63.
Here's the top 10 most active equity options and strikes.
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Option Block 95: Kodak vs. American Airlines From The Options Insider
Volatility Views 25: Skewness and Kurtosis From The Options Insider
European regulators are sending a statement of objections to the Deutsche Bˆrse and NYSE Euronext over their proposed $9 billion merger, a person with direct knowledge of the action said Tuesday.
European Regulators to Tell NYSE and Deutsche Bˆrse of Merger Concerns
From New York Times
Here's an options prescription for Walgreen (ticker: WAG) that works for any stock trading under a cloud of bad news.
An Options Antidote for Walgreen's Woes From Barrons
Todayís tickers for options play includes CCL, S, GS & RIMM.
Bullish Options Plays In RIMM And Sprint, Bear Tracks In Goldman, Carnival
Google is seeking to spread the word of its Chromebook further by opening its first retail outlet called ìChrome Zoneî in London.
Google Takes Page From Apple, Opens Chrome Store From Forbes
More than two decades ago, psychologist Christopher Peterson discovered that optimists live longer than pessimists.
Why Do Optimists Live Longer? From The Atlantic
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