"Looking back on the volatility environment - H1 2022 "
Volatility levels increased structurally in the first half of 2022, driven by geopolitical events and uncertainties around inflation and interest rates. We identify three main drivers: the rise in intraday volatility, the war in Ukraine and the "Great Skew Reset". Simon Aninat, PM and Volatility expert at Seeyond, analyses the impact of these events on volatility since the beginning of the year.
This interview took place on June, 27th 2022
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