More than $2 trillion in stock options expire Friday with put-call ratio near levels unseen since 2001

Posted on AllSides November 18th, 2022
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Equity options worth $2.1 trillion in notional value are set to expire on Friday in the latest monthly event where weekly and monthly options tied to single stocks, equity indexes and exchange-traded funds expire, risking an explosion of volatility across markets.

Every month, a team of analysts from Goldman Sachs publishes a breakdown of the options that are expiring. And one of the most notable details from...

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