- Implied Volatility 10.96% ( -0.68%)
- Historical Volatility 10.81%
- IV Percentile 18%
- IV Rank 9.09%
- IV High 26.97% on 12/27/22
- IV Low 9.36% on 07/05/23
- Put/Call Vol Ratio 3.23
- Today's Volume 22,508
- Volume Avg (30-Day) 21,509
- Put/Call OI Ratio 1.05
- Today's Open Interest 411,605
- Open Int (30-Day) 386,091
Price PerformanceSee More
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+1.46 (+2.12%)since 11/06/23
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-1.12 (-1.57%)since 09/06/23
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-5.43 (-7.17%)since 12/06/22
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