Call one-by-two in Pfizer (NYSE: PFE)

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Around 9:45 a.m. EST, a Pfizer (NYSE: PFE ) options investor boosted near-term options volume by buying  the March 18-19 call one-by-two spread. Investors paid a net debit of 19 cents per spread, selling 6,000 of the March 19 calls for 11 cents per contract and simultaneously buying 3,000 March 18 calls for 41 cents per contract. Implied volatility of these calls is roughly 23%. PFE did not announce any news today, and the market expects its next earnings release around April 28. The company's shares are currently trading up 13 cents to $17.86.



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Karla Yeh

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