Researchers are developing new ways to gauge volatility far beyond financial markets.
Researchers have devised a method that could help some traders, including those managing large portfolios or those working in statistical arbitrage groups who are seeking to capitalize on pricing inefficiencies between securities.
Uncertainty is confounding by its very definition. In the economy, uncertainty can arise from a number of different corners, including wars, natural disasters, and, of course, government decisions—or indecision.
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