Demand For Exotic Derivatives On The Rise

The decline of volatility in stocks and indices has boosted demand for exotic equity derivatives and trading strategies.

  • 14 Apr 2010
The decline of volatility in stocks and indices has boosted demand for exotic equity derivatives and trading strategies. The markets for such products basically disappeared after Lehman Brothers Holdings collapsed in September 2008, with the volatility virtually coming to a halt. Sources said not only Société Générale and ...

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