Monday, October 27, 2008

Pre-Market Futures Volatility

NASDAQ futures down over 55 at one point, now almost even with five minutes before the open

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

A contraction in the high post October 1987 crash levels for the cash Vix index would not be surprising this week. The VIX cash index has not spiked to new highs this morning and the S&P 500 futures traded at its lowest levels in pre-market trading this morning.

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