Economist Perspective: Implied Volatility

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Options implied volatility in a wide cross-section of markets, from commodities to Treasuries, is exceptionally low despite risks from the trade war and a decelerating global economy. Could volatility surge if the Fed does not cut rates enough to steepen the yield curve? Erik Norland, Senior Economist at CME Group, explains.

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