SPY Weekly 141 puts and calls are the most active options through midday Friday. SPYders fell to a low of $140.22 this morning, but have since rebounded and are up 69 cents to $141.36 after Fed Chairman Bernanke said the Fed has room for further action. The letter was apparently in response to questions from Rep Issa — LINK TO WSJ STORY. The expiring Weekly 141 calls are now 36 cents in-the-money and more than 109,000 contracts traded. Volume in the 141 puts is approaching 130,000. The Weekly 141 sraddle now trades at about 55c.
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