One week options are becoming a more popular way to play short term volatility in financial markets as market pricing becomes increasingly driven by economic, political and Central Bank event risk. Key specific events where these options are widely used include; Non-Farm Payrolls, Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meetings and high risk events in politics such as budget negotiations and debt ceiling negotiations.
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