We need to talk about Volatility

  1. May Day May Day! Markets have been wobbling. In May of this year as in May of last. Back then, it was the UK and US bank holiday at the end of the month which provided illiquidity amidst the creation of the new anti-establishment Italian government which led to market turbulence. Remember 'Italian Bonds Suffer Worst Day in more than 25 Years'? Now it's the period after . . .

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