European Stock Volatility Underpriced to Bonds

July 16 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "Options Update," Bloomberg's Dominic Chu reports that trends show that stock market volatility in Europe is being underpriced to bond volatility. Some analysts predict that the spread between the stock and bond volatility pricing could rise again signaling that stock market volatility could go back to normal levels. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers."

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