香港股市 將在 9 小時 22 分鐘 開市

GOOG Mar 2024 80.000 call

OPR - OPR 延遲價格。貨幣為 USD。
加入追蹤清單
59.960.00 (0.00%)
市場開市。 截至 01:08PM EST。
全螢幕
前收市價59.96
開市61.87
買盤57.55
賣出價57.75
拍板80.00
到期日2024-03-15
今日波幅59.96 - 61.87
合同範圍
成交量2
未平倉合約287
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Google hit with $2.3 bln lawsuit by Axel Springer, other media groups

    Alphabet's Google was hit with a 2.1-billion-euro ($2.3 billion) lawsuit by 32 media groups including Axel Springer and Schibsted on Wednesday, alleging that they had suffered losses due to the company's practices in digital advertising. The move by the group - which include publishers in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain and Sweden - comes as antitrust regulators also crack down on Google's ad tech business. "The media companies involved have incurred losses due to a less competitive market, which is a direct result of Google's misconduct," a statement issued by their lawyers Geradin Partners and Stek said.

  • Investor's Business Daily

    Five S&P 500 Stocks To Buy And Watch In Today's Market; This Warren Buffett Stock Pulls Back After Earnings

    These S&P 500 stocks are industry leaders with good fundamentals and bullish charts. They may be ones you want to look at as you add exposure.

  • Reuters

    Google hit with $2.3 billion lawsuit by Axel Springer, other media groups

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Alphabet's Google was hit with a 2.1-billion-euro ($2.3 billion) lawsuit by 32 media groups including Axel Springer and Schibsted on Wednesday, alleging that they had suffered losses due to the company's practices in digital advertising. The move by the group - which include publishers in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain and Sweden - comes as antitrust regulators also crack down on Google's ad tech business. "The media companies involved have incurred losses due to a less competitive market, which is a direct result of Google's misconduct," a statement issued by their lawyers Geradin Partners and Stek said.