Monitor risk expectations in real-time on 27 futures products and six aggregate markets with the CME Group Volatility Index (CVOLTM), a robust measure of 30-day implied volatility derived from the world's most actively traded options on futures.
Live streaming CVOL Indexes complement end-of-day CVOL Indexes, giving users the powerful combination of an intra-day market pulse alongside up to eight years of daily historical data. Interested in accessing the tool?
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Expand your choices to manage market moving events and fine-tune your trading strategies with E-mini Nasdaq-100 Weekly options. These short-dated contracts offer greater flexibility for trading the leading benchmark of modern-day industrials, the Nasdaq-100 Index.
To build on the strength and liquidity of CME Group Ether futures, CME Group has introduced Ether options. These contracts are designed to provide more versatility for managing ether price risk and to enhance your cryptocurrency trading strategies.
E-mini S&P 500 options averaged 1.39M contracts per day, making it the most actively traded product for the month of September. SOFR options was the second most actively traded product at 848K contracts per day, up 64% vs August and +120% vs. July.
With current macroeconomic factors and several market catalysts approaching, traders may be looking at gold as a safe haven. In this issue, Rich takes the other side and considers a short gold call spread to fund a put. He also looks at delta-hedged copper calls as a strategy for the current economic environment.
Access current intraday and weekly rolling totals (from last trading day of prior week until today’s most recent update) through this QuikStrike tool.