Wilder Swings for European Stocks vs. U.S. Until Election: Chart

Uncertainty for European stock investors sparked by Brexit and negative bond yields in the region will continue to deliver wilder swings for investors there relative to the U.S. until fall. That’s the signal coming from futures contracts on the Euro Stoxx 50 Volatility Index and the CBOE’s measure of expected volatility on the S&P 500 Index. The difference between the two measures will only fall back below a five-year average of 6.26 in October, when the American presidential election could rekindle turbulence for U.S. investors.

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