Das riskante Jahr



Nach Jahren stabiler Finanzmärkte bestimmt Volatilität wieder das Leben der Händler. Die Unvorhersehbarkeit der Marktentwicklungen hat zu erheblichen Verlusten bei den Kredit- und neuerdings auch den Aktienbeständen der Banken beigetragen - und bei manchen Instituten stehen voraussichtlich weitere Verluste noch aus.

Die gestiegene Volatilität zeigt sich in den im ersten Quartal 2008 weiter gestiegenen Value-at-Risk-Zahlen der Banken. Aber auf dem Hintergrund immer gründlicherer Überprüfung des

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The new rules of market risk management

Amid 2020’s Covid-19-related market turmoil – with volatility and value-at-risk (VAR) measures soaring – some of the world’s largest investment banks took advantage of the extraordinary conditions to notch up record trading revenues. In a recent Risk.net…

ETF strategies to manage market volatility

Money managers and institutional investors are re-evaluating investment strategies in the face of rapidly shifting market conditions. Consequently, selective genres of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are seeing robust growth in assets. Hong Kong Exchanges…

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