How Financial Markets Are Responding To Global Event Risks And Uncertainties

Includes: VIXX
by: Interactive Brokers

How U.S. and international financial markets differentiate discounting risk versus uncertainty.

Why the equity market's reactions to global events have been different from bonds and currencies.

What investors may view as confidence in a low volatility environment compared to complacency.

Interactive Brokers chief options strategist Steve Sosnick highlights how U.S. equities, international stocks, fixed income, currencies and other financial products have been responding to global events, including the recent G7 meeting and trade war rhetoric.

Interactive Brokers - How Financial Markets Are Responding to Global Event Risks and Uncertainties

[Note: This video was originally published on IBKR Traders' Insight on June 15, 2018]

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