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CBOE Options Issues Traded

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The CBOE Options Issues Traded data contains the number of options issues traded on the Chicago Board of Exchange. This includes put and call options for all US equities. From January 2009 to present, the CBOE Options Issues Traded time series had a maximum value of 47,464, which occurred May 6, 2010, and a minimum value of 17,815, which occurred on December 24, 2009. On May 28, 2010, there were 23,994 options issues traded on the CBOE.
The data is available starting from January 2009 to present. It is saved under the following ticker symbol name: ^ISSCO.

Here are some other CBOE-related objects:
The CBOE Russell 2000 BuyWrite Index and the CBOE S&P 500 BuyWrite Index are benchmark indices developed by the CBOE.
The ISEE Index - ISE Sentiment Index and Equity Put-Call Ratio are both put/call ratios; each one uses a different calculation method. You can also get individual put and call options volume for US stocks by using the Monthly individual stocks put and call volume object.
Volatility indices, including the popular CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), the CBOE DJIA Volatility Index, the CBOE Crude Oil Volatility Index and the CBOE Gold Volatility Index, can be found here Volatility indexes.




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