After an intense burst of equity volatility at the start of February, fears have been stoked of more drama when central banks begin winding in their bond-buying programmes. Those fears are unfounded, according to some analysts.
Wolfe Research and UBS are among those questioning the idea that the quantitative easing (QE) retreat will produce a sustained bout of volatility.
“Much of the conventional wisdom may not necessarily be true. Few people have actually done a thorough statistical analysis