Via Attain Capital
Volatility is in the air. China is in freefall, crude oil is in the 30’s, the euro is up 2% on the day, and the U.S. markets can’t seem to shake the volatility. The chart below does a pretty good job of showing the markets moves in equities, both internationally and domestically.
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Chart Courtesy: Bloomberg
These are today’s moves:
$182 Billion – The amount the worlds 400 richest have lost from moves in the markets according to Bloomberg
$17,951 – The dollar amount in today’s range in the DAX
$6,687.5 – the dollar amount in the Emini-S&P range Today (113.75* $50 per point)
35.50% — Move up in the VIX Today
5% — The percentage that triggers a limit down move in the Emini S&P before or after day trading. It happened early this morning.
-3.36% — WTI Crude Oil move today
-8.5% — The down move in the Shanghai Composite Index
-10% — Decline in the CSI 300 Index
P.S. – We in the Alternatives space welcome the volatility in the market.