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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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Amazon has eclipsed Microsoft as the world's most valuable listed company as volatile markets reshuffle Wall Street's pecking order.
Oil prices have stabilized after volatile markets before the end of the year as they gained support from the rise in US equity markets but are still under pressure from concern over an oversupply of crude.
Additionally, 84% of the study's respondents said flexible working helped them better manage "volatile markets", and 87% believe it would help with cost-optimisation.
Monetary and fiscal authorities vowed swift and timely action amid the extraordinarily volatile markets due to external and domestic headwinds that continue to affect the Philippines.
LongTail Alpha LLC is an SEC-registered investment adviser and CFTC-registered commodity pool operator and commodity trading adviser that focuses on adding value to portfolios during volatile markets.
The bank said on Thursday that volatile markets during the quarter hurt revenues at its market-related businesses, including investment banking and asset management.
This is where Mashreq Gold could assist: We provide solid practical strategies for managing assets in volatile markets and help our customers obtain and maintain a certain lifestyle today and tomorrow.
Government will come out with an alternative strategy in 2-4 weeks to push PSU disinvestment in volatile markets, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said.
Financial advisors are very concerned about volatile markets, according to Eaton Vance's fourth quarter Advisor Top-of-Mind Index, released Thursday.
Emailing a market update is definitely the most common communication strategy used by advisors during volatile markets. The basic structure of a market update (and I have seen a lot of these type of messages lately) is fairly simple.
Emerging markets banks in general have the experience of operating in volatile markets, combined with their knowledge of how to reach unbanked and under banked population, are better positioned to achieve a successful expansion to developed and other emerging markets.
The ECB is likely to be cautious about reacting on the policy front amid volatile markets, especially as non-financial data have been less bad than feared since the last meeting.