NEW YORK (AVAFIN) -- SPDR S&P Retail options set a new 90-day record for the number of call contracts that exchanged
hands between the buyers and the sellers. Aggregate volume of puts was 41,254 and calls
was 25,473 equating to a 1.62 put/call ratio.
The skewed options ratio suggests that traders are re-balancing their portfolios in anticipation
of a price shift. Unusual volume activity directly reflects investor outlook and confirms that a
stock move is imminent.
Shares of SPDR S&P Retail settled at $57.97, up $0.68 (+1.19%) in the last trading session.
The shares of the stock had an intraday low of $57.18 and high of $58.08. Within the last quarter, the shares have lost -4.97% of their value.
The stock's 52 week low is $43.50 and 52 week high is $63.04.