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Market volatility is back for October trade, driven by the wild swings in oil and energy stocks, Ebola headlines and major moves in just about every asset class.
Market volatility made a comeback this week and a big contributor is the movement in the energy complex.
Housing data was a bit weaker Thursday with the October NAHB Index coming in at 54 versus the prior reading and consensus estimate of 59.
The energy complex has been a big contributor to volatility in the S&P 500 as 10% of the index is comprised of the energy sector.
Market volatility is back, but it is important to recognize what the VIX is actually measuring when you see stocks whipping around to better understand what the market is anticipating.
Market volatility has made a comeback in October, and a big contributor is the energy complex as oil continues to test key levels on the downside.
NASCAR drivers are getting ready for one of the most anticipated races of the season at Talladega Superspeedway, a track notorious for the 'Big One'.
Equity markets continue to trade very choppy, while commodities have seen a rebound over the past week.
Crude slips below the $85 level and Peter Amandio tells TheStreet’s Jill Malandrino it can go lower, a lot lower.