Total option volume is just 4.7 million contracts so far with mixed action in the indexes and ETFs, optionMONSTER's data systems show.
The SPDR S&P 500 Fund (SPY) has 894,000 contracts traded, led by 645,000 puts. The iShares Emerging Markets Fund (EEM) takes the second spot with 198,000, of which 108,000 are calls.
The S&P 500 Index (:SPX) options total 180,000 and have a put/call ratio of 2 to 1. Close behind are the PowerShares QQQ Trust (QQQ) contracts at 178,000, with 95,000 puts. The iShares Russell 2000 Fund (IWM) has seen 174,000 options trade, with a put/call ratio of more than 2 to 1.
The SPDR Financial Fund (XLF) has 117,000 contracts changing hands, with 66,000 puts. The CBOE Volatility Index (:VIX) options have traded 62,000 times, led by 38,000 calls. The SPDR Gold Shares Fund (GLD) has 60,000 turning over, including 35,000 calls.
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