Market Flash: iSHARES MSCI Indonesia Investable Market Index Fund (EIDO:US) PRICE: 28.530 USD Down -0.360 (-1.246%) >>> BI: Rupiah Melemah Akibat Kondisi Eropa >>> Pertemuan FED pertimbangkan langkah baru dorong ekonomi >>> KIJA akan Terbitkan MEN Valas USD150 Juta >>> PT Indika Energy Perusahaan Teladan Dunia 2011 >>> Govt Promises Revision of Cost Recovery Regulation >>> BPMigas Demands PGN to Pay US$6 per MMBTU >>> Jababeka to Raise US$150 Million from Debt Markets >>> SCG Chemicals buys Chandra Asri >>> Solusi Tunas eyes Rp380 bio IPO >>> SMR Utama scouts Rp300 bio IPO >>> Alam Sutera picks two bond arrangers >>> ASII Tetap Rajai Penjualan Mobil Agustus 2011 >>> Perusahaan Thailand kuasai Saham TPIA senilai Rp 3,76 Triliun >>> Agis Main ke Tambang, Sahamnya Masuk Dalam Pengawasan >>> ACES Mendekati The Northern Agar Mau Kurangi Kepemilikan >>> IHSG masih harus berjuang terus bertahan diatas MA200 >>> Melirik Peluang Akumulasi di Saham Perbankan >>> Analisa Saham BUMI: Kuat Bertahan & Berpeluang Kembali Uptrend >>> Analisa Saham JSMR: Bertahan Di Support, What Next? >>> INDF Tertahan Di Area Support Kuat, Berpeluang Rebound >>> ASII Break Minor Support, Sell on Strength >>> ADRO Membentuk Descending Wedges, Berpeluang Rebound Terbatas >>> Wall Street ends flat as early gains evaporate >>> Fed begins policy meeting, tiptoes toward easing >>> Fed meeting to help decide on long-term Treasuries >>> Greece Makes 'Good Progress' in Reform Talks: EC >>> China worried Europe debt crisis will hit trade >>> China could roll out 4.65tr yuan stimulus package >>> IMF sees Mideast stagnation >>> NYMEX-Crude ends higher at Oct contract expiry >>> Asian Crude Palm Oil Up On Technical Buying, Soyoil >>> Foreign net Sell - 61.785.746

Selasa, 09 Agustus 2011

VIX Tops 40, Global Volatility Gauges Soar After S&P Lowers U.S. Rating - Bloomberg

The VIX soared the most in more than four years and Europe’s volatility index increased for a record ninth-straight time after Standard & Poor’s stripped the U.S. of its top credit rating.

The VIX, as the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index is known, advanced 50 percent to 48 at 4:15 p.m. in New York, its highest level since March 2009. Europe’s VStoxx Index climbed 15 percent to 45.30 and Hong Kong’s HSI Volatility Index advanced 6.1 percent to 35.93, both rising to the highest since May 2010. Korea’s Kospi 200 Volatility Index surged 25 percent to the highest level since May 2009. The India VIX rose 16 percent to 28.78, its highest level since June 2010.

“We’re in one of the most interesting times in financial history and everyone is grasping for something to hold onto but no one knows, because this is unprecedented,” Brenna Hardman, a derivatives broker at MEB Options LLC, said in a telephone interview from the CBOE floor. “You’re going to see the market whip around quite a bit as everyone looks for leadership. The market is so sensitive right now.”

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index plunged the most since December 2008 and stocks tumbled from Hong Kong to Mumbai and Frankfurt, sending benchmark Asian and European indexes down as much as 20 percent from their peaks, after the U.S. downgrade. That reduction, coupled with a deepening euro-region sovereign debt crisis, lifted demand for options to protect stocks from more losses. Morgan Stanley, the sixth largest U.S. bank by assets, said the cut may have a “material adverse” impact on financial markets. Read More

Tidak ada komentar:

Poskan Komentar