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Year End Price Volatility - December 14, 2014

Year End Price Volatility - December 14, 2014

5 Years ago | December 14, 2014 00:00:00


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For the past couple of years, traders, brokers and others have been bemoaning the lack of forex volatility. There is an adage about being careful what you wish for. The table below illustrates how forex volatility has picked up in the past few months. This has been mostly a return to more "normal" levels from an extended period of stability. Forex prices usually move in response to imbalances and now that economies are unevenly starting to emerge from an extended period of low growth forex markets are back in action.

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