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Volatility

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Volatility has become one of the cornerstones of equity derivatives trading strategies over the past few years. Once the preserve of sophisticated hedge funds, the market has been invaded by other institutional investors, attracted by the ability to take non-directional trading views that are uncorrelated with the broader equity market.

To extend the appeal further, dealers have looked to package volatility trading strategies into rules-based structured products. But with volatility climbing hig

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