Crude Options Volatility Rises as Futures Slide a Second DayBarbara Powell
Crude options volatility rose as underlying futures fell a second day after British lawmakers refused to join the U.S. in a military strike against Syria and an attack by the U.S. didn’t appear imminent.
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