EBAY – eBay, Inc. – Shares of the provider of online marketplaces are lower by 2.20% today to stand at $21.43. News reports reveal the firm signed an agreement with China Post Group and the U.S. Postal Service to nurture e-commerce between the two nations. One optimistic options trader initiated a bullish risk reversal on EBAY in the October contract. It looks like the investor sold 6,500 put options at the October $19 strike for a premium of $1.01 apiece in order to purchase the same number of calls at the higher October $26 strike for a premium of $0.55 each. The risk reversal player pockets a net credit of $0.46 per contract, and keeps the full credit received if shares of the underlying stock exceed $19.00 through October expiration. Additional profits are available to the investor if EBAY’s shares surge more than 21.3% over the current price to exceed $26.00 ahead of expiration day. Shares last traded above $26.00 back on April 21, 2010, when the stock touched an intraday high of $26.58.