^VIX - CBOE Volatility Index

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12.10
+0.04 (+0.33%)
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  • Why Did US Markets Move Higher on July 17?
    Market Realist18 hours ago

    Why Did US Markets Move Higher on July 17?

    After gaining for two consecutive trading weeks, the S&P 500 started this week on a mixed note by losing momentum on Monday. Carrying forward the weakness, the S&P 500 opened lower on July 17. However, the S&P 500 regained strength as the day progressed and closed at 5.5-month high price levels.

  • US Markets Started This Week on a Mixed Note
    Market Realist2 days ago

    US Markets Started This Week on a Mixed Note

    The S&P 500 closed at 5.5-month high price levels last week and clocked the second consecutive weekly gain. The S&P 500 opened slightly higher on Monday and traded with mixed sentiment throughout the day. On July 16, eight out of 11 major S&P 500 sectors closed the day lower.

  • Markets up after strong jobs data offset trade war worries
    Yahoo Finance13 days ago

    Markets up after strong jobs data offset trade war worries

    Yahoo Finance's LIVE market coverage and analysis of stocks and bonds begins each day at 11:45 a.m. ET.

  • US Markets Were Strong before US Import Tariffs on China
    Market Realist13 days ago

    US Markets Were Strong before US Import Tariffs on China

    The S&P 500 pulled back on Tuesday and broke the three-day gaining streak. US markets were closed on July 4 for Independence Day. However, US markets regained strength on Thursday. The S&P 500 opened higher on July 5 and closed the day at two-week high price levels. On Thursday, ten out of 11 major S&P 500 sectors closed the day higher. Strength in the IT and consumer staples sectors supported the market. However, weakness in the energy sector limited the market’s gains.

  • US Markets Lost Strength, Increased Caution in the Market
    Market Realist14 days ago

    US Markets Lost Strength, Increased Caution in the Market

    After declining for two consecutive trading weeks, the S&P 500 started this week on a stronger note and opened higher on Tuesday. However, the market lost strength as the day progressed and closed lower. On July 3, five out of 11 major S&P 500 sectors closed the day lower. Weakness in the IT and financials sectors weighed on the market. However, strength in the telecom services and energy sectors limited the market’s losses.

  • Why Did US Markets Rebound on June 28?
    Market Realist20 days ago

    Why Did US Markets Rebound on June 28?

    The S&P 500 lost strength on Wednesday and closed the day at four-week low price levels. On June 28, the S&P 500 started the day on a mixed note, regained strength, and moved higher as the day progressed. On Thursday, nine out of 11 major S&P 500 sectors closed the day higher. Strength in the telecom services and IT sectors supported the market. However, weakness in the utilities and energy sectors limited the market’s gains.

  • US Markets Closed Lower on June 27
    Market Realist21 days ago

    US Markets Closed Lower on June 27

    After declining on Monday, the S&P 500 regained stability on Tuesday and closed the day positive. Carrying forward the strength, the S&P 500 opened higher on Wednesday. However, the market lost strength as the day progressed and the S&P 500 closed June 27 at four-week low price levels. On Wednesday, eight out of 11 major S&P 500 sectors closed the day lower. Weakness in the IT and consumer discretionary sectors weighed on the market. However, strength in the energy and utilities sectors limited the market’s losses.

  • Why Did US Markets Close Higher on June 26?
    Market Realist22 days ago

    Why Did US Markets Close Higher on June 26?

    After closing lower last week, the S&P 500 started this week on a weaker note by declining to the lowest levels traded in June on Monday. However, the S&P 500 opened higher on June 26 and closed slightly higher. On Tuesday, six out of 11 major S&P 500 sectors closed the day higher. Strength in the energy and consumer discretionary sectors supported the market. However, weakness in the consumer staples, telecom services, and financials sectors limited the market gains.

  • US Markets Are Weak amid Tech Sell-Off and Trade War Concerns
    Market Realist23 days ago

    US Markets Are Weak amid Tech Sell-Off and Trade War Concerns

    The S&P 500 pulled back last week and broke the three-week gaining streak. Carrying forward the weakness, the S&P 500 opened lower on Monday and declined to the lowest levels traded in June. On June 25, nine out of 11 major S&P 500 sectors closed the day lower.

  • The Wall Street Journal28 days ago

    [$$] In a Year Marked by Controversy, Cboe Seeks to Improve ‘Fear Gauge’

    Cboe is making changes to a monthly auction that determines final prices of futures tied to the VIX. Because the VIX tends to rise when stocks fall, and vice versa, its derivatives are popular among traders to hedge portfolios or bet on the future direction of market volatility. Fears of regulatory scrutiny have swept trading desks as lawsuits emerged over Cboe’s marquee VIX products.

  • US Markets Are Weak amid Trade War Concerns
    Market Realistlast month

    US Markets Are Weak amid Trade War Concerns

    After gaining for three consecutive trading weeks, the S&P 500 opened this week on a weaker note by closing lower on Monday. On June 18, the S&P 500 opened the day lower and traded with weak market sentiment. Eight out of 11 major S&P 500 sectors closed the day lower on Monday. The weakness in the telecom services, consumer staples, and healthcare sectors weighed on the market. However, strength in the energy and utilities sectors limited the market losses. Market sentiment

  • What Could Increase Market Volatility This Week?
    Market Realistlast month

    What Could Increase Market Volatility This Week?

    US equity markets (VOO) remained largely unchanged in an eventful week that ended on June 15. Trade war uncertainty, geopolitics, and monetary policy decisions failed to dent investor confidence. The three central bank meetings solidified the divergent monetary policy narrative as the Fed remained hawkish. The European and Japanese central banks are likely to continue with the accommodative policy for the time being. The announcement of tariffs on Chinese imports reignited investor worries, but the impact was minimal.

  • MarketWatchlast month

    What the stock market’s most crucial week of the year tells us about the road ahead

    Stock-market investors navigated, virtually unscathed, a gauntlet of central-bank gatherings, a historic summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean Kim Jong Un, and flaring trade tensions. The S&P 500 index(^GSPC)ended the week essentially flat, managing the narrowest of weekly gains, up 0.02% to 2,779.66, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average(^DJI)posted a weekly decline of 0.9%. The Nasdaq Composite Index(^IXIC)outperformed both, rising 1.3% for the five-day period.

  • US Markets Regained Strength on June 14
    Market Realistlast month

    US Markets Regained Strength on June 14

    After gaining in the first two trading days of the week, the S&P 500 pulled back on Wednesday. Following the pullback, the S&P 500 opened higher on June 14 and closed the day with limited gains. On Thursday, seven out of 11 major S&P 500 sectors closed the day higher. Strength in the utilities, consumer discretionary, and telecom services sectors supported the market. However, weakness in the financials and industrials sectors limited the market gains.

  • Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Fifth Third Bank and Associated Banc-Corp
    Zackslast month

    Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Fifth Third Bank and Associated Banc-Corp

    Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Fifth Third Bank and Associated Banc-Corp

  • MarketWatchlast month

    The ECB, not the Fed, is the match that will spark bond market volatility: analyst

    Rising real interest rates haven’t yet made for a sustained pickup in Treasury volatility, leaving some investors to ask what it would take to spark some turbulence. Danielle DiMartino Booth of Quill Intelligence said the European Central Bank, and not the Federal Reserve, holds the key as it looks to set a timetable for winding down its ultra-accommodative policies. With the Federal Reserve’s shrinking balance sheet unable to offset easy global financial conditions on its own, investors should closely watch the ECB at Thursday’s meeting where the central bank is expected to discuss the end of quantitative easing, though the actual wind-down almost certainly remains several months away at the earliest.

  • Regional Banks Get a Tailwind from Congress and the Fed
    Zackslast month

    Regional Banks Get a Tailwind from Congress and the Fed

    Regional Banks Get a Tailwind from Congress and the Fed

  • MarketWatchlast month

    Stock market investors could hardly ask for better conditions

    About 80% of S&P 500 Index companies reported first-quarter earnings that exceeded analysts’ estimates. The trigger was a return of implied volatility, as the CBOE Volatility Index (^VIX) briefly surged to 37 in February after averaging 11 in the previous 12 months. While the S&P 500 (^GSPC) rose or fell by more than 1 percentage point only eight times in 2017, already this year it has swung by that magnitude on 35 days.

  • CNBClast month

    Here's how global financial markets may react if the North Korea summit is a success ... or failure

    The outcome of Trump-Kim talks could either help Chinese stocks or hurt European equities, CNBC finds using analytics tool Kensho.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    Stock Investors Turn More Optimistic

    Stock market sentiment is picking up once again, suggesting growing optimism but also heightened complacency. Among individual investors, 39% are bullish, the highest reading since February, in a weekly survey conducted by the American Association of Individual Investors. Signs of a pick-up in stock market sentiment suggest that calmer markets are luring investors back in, as The Wall Street Journal's Morning MoneyBeat newsletter noted on Friday.

  • Barrons.comlast month

    [$$] Go Ahead---Gamble on a Calm Market. What Could Go Wrong?

    Speculators are once again betting the stock market’s return to low volatility will persist despite the array of uncertainties it faces. Unlike last year, however, when amateurs piled into complex and risky exchange-traded funds that moved inversely to the VIX—the Cboe Volatility Index on options on the S&P 500—it’s professionals who have ramped up their short positions in VIX futures and options contracts his time. David Rosenberg, Gluskin Sheff’s lynx-eyed chief economist and strategist, points out speculative shorts in the VIX nearly doubled last week, to 44,380 futures and options contracts, from 25,556 the previous week, according to the most recent data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

  • Trump Stopped Pushing Kim for Denuclearization
    FX Empirelast month

    Trump Stopped Pushing Kim for Denuclearization

    Donald Trump the President of the United States of America recently shifted his strict position about the denuclearization of North Korea.

  • MarketWatchlast month

    Wall Street’s ‘fear index’ falls to more than 4-month low as tech stocks romp

    One of Wall Street’s most popular indicators of market fear tumbled to its lowest level since late January as the Nasdaq Composite Index recorded a second record close in as many sessions, suggesting that the appetite for risk, perhaps alongside investor complacency, is re-emerging in the stock market. The Cboe Volatility Index VIX(^VIX), which measures expectations for volatility in the S&P 500 (^GSPC) over the coming 30 days, fell 2.7% to 12.40 on Tuesday, marking its lowest finish since it hit 11.08 on Jan. 26, contributing to the so-called fear gauge’s nearly 20% retreat thus far in June, according to FactSet data. The VIX has shed 8% in the first full week of the early month and has given up 34% over the past three months, though it is still up 12.3% year to date.

  • MarketWatchlast month

    The stock market is headed into lots more stormy weather

    Wall Street gurus found all kinds of “reasons”: a political mini-crisis in Italy, President Trump’s slapping tariffs on some of our closest trading partners, and a grand slam of a jobs report that showed unemployment at 3.8%, an 18-year low. Investors are trying to gauge how much of the positive news already is priced into stocks and how much of the unpredictable they can actually quantify. The S&P has averaged 53 trading days of 1% moves or more annually since 1958, according to Jessica Rabe of DataTrek Research.

  • Stock Market Volatility Has Returned: 4 Things to Do Right Now
    Motley Foollast month

    Stock Market Volatility Has Returned: 4 Things to Do Right Now

    Though it may not appear so, volatility is actually an opportunity for investors.