New futures on a 10 year US Treasury Note Volatility Index, which allow investors to hedge interest rate volatility with a single product for the first time, are gaining traction. As the US is ending quantitative easing, market participants are tipping volumes to surge in the first quarter of 2015 as investors look to hedge their fears over looming rate hikes. Beth Shah reports.
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