Daily Report : Gold market recovering from March dislocations; Bond volatility falls more than for stocks

In March, the volatility triggered dislocations in the gold market. It led to a temporary bout of panic among options and futures traders, which that has quickly evaporated. ETF traders have been pulling out, but it's not enough to pull down the overall sense of optimism about the metal.; The VIX "fear gauge" has been stubborn, not falling much off its peak. But a similar measure for the bond market has fallen much more, which has typically been a good sign for stocks (less so for bonds).

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