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Largest option buying in equities so far

BlackBerry (BBRY): More than 14,500 weekly 15 calls were bought, mostly for $0.56, as investors look for a bounce in the share price. BBRY rose 0.98 percent to $14.37.

O'Reilly Automotive (ORLY): Some 4,000 May 90 calls trade for 13.60 and 9,000 May 100 calls were bought $5.80. It appears that an investor closed a bullish ratio spread. ORLY rose 0.17 percent to $103.15.

Bank of America (BAC): Some 14,000 May 13 calls were bought, mostly for $0.26, as investors look for upside in the share price. BAC fell 1.69 percent to $12.19.

Banco Santander (SAN): Volume surged in the June 6 puts and the June 5 puts as a trader braced for downside in the Spanish lender. SAN fell 1.71 percent to $6.91.

Hewlett-Packard (HPQ): Volume surged in the June 21 puts and the May 24s as an investor positioned for a pullback in the computer maker. HPQ rose 0.95 percent to $23.32.

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