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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Summary: Trading in this volatile market environment can be frustrating and dangerous.
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.
FBOP was also in a good position to acquire Bank Plus because the company isn't publicly traded in a relatively volatile market.
Black public traded companies have been shaken up in a 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.
According to Reuters, Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C) has opined that the current volatile market conditions may persist.
In a volatile market, investors who put up an initial margin payment for stock may be required to provide additional cash if the price of stock falls, Yang said.
In an effort to enhance returns and reduce risk in this volatile market, we are recommending a blended investment or asset allocation strategy to our clients.
LONDON -- Spread betting in a volatile market is challenging.
That's the attitude of investors in today's volatile market.