Susquehanna’s Chris Murphy: Meme stocks like AMC and Gamestop are behaving like call options

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  • CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Susquehanna’s Chris Murphy: Meme stocks like AMC and Gamestop are behaving like call options” – below is their description.

    Chris Murphy, Co-Head of Derivatives Strategy at Susquehanna, joins Worldwide Exchange to discuss the options action in stocks like AMC, GME, BB, and BBBY.

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