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C Jan 2024 42.500 put

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
3.75000.0000 (0.00%)
As of 03:00PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close3.7500
Open3.6500
Bid0.0000
Ask0.0000
Strike42.50
Expire Date2024-01-19
Day's Range3.6500 - 3.7500
Contract RangeN/A
Volume10
Open InterestN/A
  • Fox Business

    Citigroup trying to get accidental $500M Revlon loan payment back

    Citigroup is in talks to recoup a $500 million loan payment made for Revlon that was made by mistake.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Citigroup in talks to recoup errant $500 mln Revlon loan payment

    Citigroup Inc is negotiating the return of about $500 million it mistakenly paid a group of hedge funds and investment firms on a loan owed by Revlon Inc, the now-bankrupt cosmetics company controlled by billionaire Ronald Perelman. In a Thursday filing in Manhattan federal court, lawyers for the bank and the lenders said they have been discussing a "consensual resolution" to end Citigroup's August 2020 lawsuit to recoup the mistaken payment. While no agreement has been reached, the lawyers said "material terms" of a settlement would provide for the return of Citigroup's money, with the bank transferring interest and amortization payments it began receiving in early 2021.

  • Reuters

    Citigroup in talks to recoup errant $500 million Revlon loan payment

    NEW YORK (Reuters) -Citigroup Inc is negotiating the return of about $500 million it mistakenly paid a group of hedge funds and investment firms on a loan owed by Revlon Inc, the now-bankrupt cosmetics company controlled by billionaire Ronald Perelman. In a Thursday filing in Manhattan federal court, lawyers for the bank and the lenders said they have been discussing a "consensual resolution" to end Citigroup's August 2020 lawsuit to recoup the mistaken payment. While no agreement has been reached, the lawyers said "material terms" of a settlement would provide for the return of Citigroup's money, with the bank transferring interest and amortization payments it began receiving in early 2021.

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