MT Options $31.92 +0.57% (0.18) unusual options activity for all expirations

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ArcelorMittal SA is a holding company, which engages in steelmaking and mining activities. It operates through the following business segments: NAFTA, Europe, Brazil, ACIS, Mining, and Others. The NAFTA segment consists of flat products such as slabs, hot-rolled coil, cold-rolled coil, coated steel, and plate. The Europe segment offers hot-rolled coil, cold-rolled coil, coated products, tinplate, plate, and slab. The Brazil segment covers wire rod, bar and rebars, billets, blooms, and wire drawing. The ACIS segment produces a combination of flat, long, and tubular products. The Mining segment focuses on steel operations. The Others segment represents the corporate and shared services, financial activities, and shipping and logistics...

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Bullish Arcelor Mittal Sa call option contracts are ones that are bought on or above the market's asking price OR put option contracts that are sold on or less than the market's bid price - expecting a move to the upside.
The opposite applies to bearish trades: put options bought on or above the ask OR call options sold at or below the bid price - expecting a move to the downside.



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How To Trade MT Unusual Options Activity There are many ways to interpret UOA. Some common strategies include looking at the strike prices and comparing them to the current stock price for Arcelor Mittal Sa. A bullish signal can be intrerpreted if you notice a large amount of contracts traded for strikes that are considered out of the money and expiring in the near future. You can then compare the overall volume for that strike to the open interest at the beginning of the day. A larger volume of option contracts traded compared to the open interest would mean this is a new position that is being opened.


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