CBOE Volatility Index Rises To 3 Month High

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Published on May 7, 2019 - Duration: 00:56s

CBOE Volatility Index Rises To 3 Month High

According to Reuters, the CBOE Volatility Index for equity markets spiked to a three-month high.

On May 7th, the top three markets on Wall Street plummeted over 1-percent each after President Donald Trump’s unexpected threatened additional tariffs on Chinese goods.

Markets began to fall a day before due to President Trump's comments, which he made days before a scheduled visit by Chinese Vice Premier Liu He.

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