Ebola pandemic, collapsing oil prices and EU weaknesses helped volume
Trading volumes in US listed options rose
to their second highest level ever, reaching 4.3 billion
contracts in 2014, 3.7% higher than 2013, as renewed volatility
hit global markets, according to research firm Tabb Group.
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