Oil: Surging Implied Volatility Sending a Signal?

  • 22 Jan 2019
  • By Erik Norland
  • Topics: Energy

The selloff in oil late last year triggered a surge in implied volatility. What lies ahead for the market amid concern over slowing global growth?

About the Presenter

Erik Norland is Executive Director and Senior Economist of CME Group. He is responsible for generating economic analysis on global financial markets by identifying emerging trends, evaluating economic factors and forecasting their impact on CME Group and the company’s business strategy, and upon those who trade in its various markets. He is also one of CME Group’s spokespeople on global economic, financial and geopolitical conditions.

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