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投資人下周一 (24 日) 將有新的「恐慌指數」，芝加哥選擇權交易所 (CBOE) 準備推出的「一日波動率指數」，可利用不到一天內就到期的選擇權，追蹤美股的隱含波動率，這和最近風行市場的「零日到期」(0DTE，zero-day to expire) 選擇權相呼應。
Kolanovic 表示，他認為標準普爾 500 指數近期最多還有 5% 的上升空間，如果今年晚些時候出現衰退，下行風險將達到 15% 或更多。他認為投資者應該提高現金水平，並將更多資金分配至防禦性的固定收益投資上。
A bank crisis has pressured financial markets and made it hard for investors to know where to turn for signs of stability or worry. A few key readings on volatility, the bond market, and the currency market offer some guidance.
A hawkish Jerome Powell is upending market expectations of a "no landing" scenario.
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Cryptocurrencies became all the rage in 2021, with Bitcoin prices surging more than 60%. The crypto market added approximately $1.5 trillion in value last year, according to CoinGecko. However, these high-risk assets crashed earlier this year as the extreme market volatility caused investors to go back to safe haven instruments. The crypto market crash, also known as “crypto winter,” has caused many decentralized tokens as well as stablecoins (decentralized cryptocurrencies pegged to the US Doll
Barry Schwartz, visiting professor at UC Berkeley School of Business, joins Yahoo Finance Live to weigh in on investor sentiment and the psychology behind deciding whether or not the U.S. economy is in a recession.
BNP Paribas Asset Management Chief Market Strategist Daniel Morris joined Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the state of the U.S. economy, the probability of a recession, and the resignation of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Hello, Reader. Dave Gilbert here, Editor of Smart Money. Newsflash: Investors don’t like the market right now. InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips That’s not really a groundbreaking statement, yet we keep seeing headlines and articles harping on about how poor “investor sentiment” is right now. In fact, recent readings show that sentiment is at its crummiest in decades… possibly ever. But for being such a heavily relied-upon indicator, does it really tell us anything m
Here's what to watch in the markets on Tuesday, June 14, 2022.
Asset markets could see more extreme swings as investors adjust for a land of climbing interest rates and stubborn inflation, a market strategist said on Yahoo Finance Live.
U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday as the major averages looked to give back gains after rising for back-to-back sessions.
A closely watched gauge of mortgage application activity slid to a more than two-decade low last week, as elevated home prices and rising interest rates dragged further on purchase and refinancing activity.