Derivatives

Low Aussie/Yen Vol Fires FVA Idea

Low volatility levels on the Australian dollar/yen cross could foster medium-term forward volatility agreements plays within the next week, according to Greg Anderson, fx strategist at Citigroup in New York.

  • 30 Nov 2010

--Mike Kentz

Low volatility levels on the Australian dollar/yen cross could foster medium-term forward volatility agreements plays within the next week, according to Greg Anderson, fx strategist at Citigroup in New York.

One-year AUD/JPY volatility settled around 19% at midday New Yorktoday, which is cheap for the pair relative ...

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