The US options exchange is seeing strong demand outside its core market
Chicago Board Options Exchange’s (CBOE) set a
new record for its volatility index (Vix) future during non-US
trading hours, signalling rising demand from international
clients to hedge volatility.
Some 59,505 contracts were traded between the afternoon of
July 9 and the morning July 10, covering the opening of Asian
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