zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 19, 2017 3:04 PM
Just in case you are not sick of reading about record low volatility yet (yes, the WSJ had another piece on it this morning “Market Volatility Has Vanished Around the World“), here is Goldman’s Ian Wright pointing out that “central bank meetings didn’t jolt rate vol” (in case anyone didn’t notice), and is the latest to warn that “the potential for rate shocks has increased over longer-term horizons as more pressure builds for rates to rise.”
Yes, eventually vol will rise, or rather explode, and shocks will emerge, not just in rates, but when? And will DB’s Aleksandar Kocic be right when predicting that the longer vol remains suppressed, the more “cataclysmic” the market reaction will be.
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