Webinar: Options trading in a volatile world
Summary: Saxo Bank Head of FX Trading Dan Juhl Larsen explores the current state of the options market, with a focus on the Turkish lira and the Italian budget. He also looks ahead to major events including the US midterm elections, the next Fed policy-setting meeting and the ongoing Brexit process.
Saxo Bank Head of FX Trading Dan Juhl Larsen explores the current state of the FX options market, with a focus on the Turkish lira and the Italian budget. He also looks ahead to major events including the US midterm elections, the next Fed policy-setting meeting and the ongoing Brexit process.
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