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A monthly trade magazine that presents news, analysis and strategies to inform and educate traders in futures, options and derivatives markets. Provides analysis of global markets and information on price movement, volatility, and future trends. ArticlesSet up an RSS feed
Futures (Cedar Falls, IA) back issues
Exchanges Mull CDSs
December 1, 2008... The credit market meltdown stoked efforts to form central clearing facilities and trading platforms for credit default swaps (CDS). CME Group, the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), NYSE Euronext and Eurex all have proposals in the works. On Oct. 7, CME Group and Citadel announced plans to...
CDS Regulation Battle
December 1, 2008... The question of who will regulate CDSs remains unanswered, but the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) have agreed that CDS trades could be cleared by one or more central counterparties as...
EUR ugly.(Hot Commodities)
December 1, 2008... Risk aversion and interest rate compression are crushing the euro, and because money typically pours into the lowest yielding currencies in a recession, the damage is likely to continue. "Everyone is piling into the two lowest yielding currencies: the dollar and the yen," says Kathy Lien,...
Losing luster.(Hot Commodities)
December 1, 2008... In times of economic uncertainty gold prices ordinarily take flight; this process has been suspended, at least temporarily, as the recent flashpoint in the credit crisis has been accompanied by a resurgent greenback. [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Hedge funds and others are being forced to...
I Hot Markets 2009: Will Volatility Be Reined in? the Collapse of the Housing Bubble and Resulting Credit Crunch Have Turned Markets Upside Down. While the Crisis Has Obvious Affects on Stock Index and Interest Rate Markets, It Also Is Moving Currencies and Commodities. Here's a Look at How These Events Could Affect the Markets in 2009
December 1, 2008... What a difference a year makes. As we head into 2009, the trading environment is almost the inverse of this time last year when third quarter gross domestic product (GDP) was 3.8%, the dollar was weak, commodity prices were soaring and the Dow Jones Industrial Average traded to an all-time...