Volatile Market

Volatile Market

A market with a great deal of price instability. Volatile markets are highly risky; for example, a security with a volatility of 50% is considered very high risk because it has the potential to increase or decrease by up to half its value.
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Mashreqs two-day seminar was designed to calm those fears and to help ease the pressure of managing investments in a volatile market by sharing best practices on ways for portfolio holders to generate a good core of assets.
Mashreq's two-day seminar was designed to calm those fears and to help ease the pressure of managing investments in a volatile market by sharing best practices on ways for portfolio holders to generate a good core of assets.
Due to volatile market conditions, the government has been able to sell stake in only four PSUs - IOC, PFC, REC and Dredging Corp.
In a constrained and volatile market, which fairly characterizes current and forecast market conditions for the foreseeable future, SPR acquisitions have a material effect on crude prices," ATA Vice President David A.
The key to our successful disposition strategy was to keep ahead of a very volatile market over the last few years," says Marcus Rayner, principal of CRESA Partners.
Flowers says the key to investing in a volatile market is broadening one's investments, even to include some things that aren't favored by the masses.
FBOP was also in a good position to acquire Bank Plus because the company isn't publicly traded in a relatively volatile market.
When investment terms and liquidity needs are mismatched, a volatile market can quickly eviscerate investments with even the most impeccable credit rating," said Maco.
Summary: Trading in this volatile market environment can be frustrating and dangerous.
According to Reuters, Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C) has opined that the current volatile market conditions may persist.
Black public traded companies have been shaken up in a volatile market