Hefty EUR/USD Put Heralds Hedge Fund Return

A non-U.S. based hedge fund snapped up USD2 billion of puts on the euro/U.S. dollar from Morgan Stanley this week.

  • 18 Jan 2012

A non-U.S. based hedge fund snapped up USD2 billion of puts on the euro/U.S. dollar from Morgan Stanley this week. The trade signaled to some hedge funds and real money accounts may be coming back to the market after months of stagnant fx trading.

The options, which had notionals ...

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