Firms Position For FX Vol Ease-Off

Traders were positioning in the euro/U.S. dollar cross for an ease off in implied volatility on Wednesday this week by selling out-of-the-money put options and delta-hedged butterfly spreads.

  • 08 Jul 2011
Traders were positioning in the euro/U.S. dollar cross for an ease off in implied volatility on Wednesday this week by selling out-of-the-money put options and delta-hedged butterfly spreads. The plays were based on view the eurowill performstronglyand that skew, or the value of implied volatility ...

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