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Consider the image attached, showing a part of the options chain for the NDX expiring July 20. What can possible explain such large differences in Open Interest across similar strikes, e.g. 818 at 7,400 and 61 for 7,410?
There's not anything to explain once you realise that people like round numbers.
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