Daily Report : Most energy shares trade for less than $5 (even $2); Bond investors start to price in more risk


  • Jason Goepfert

    Jason Goepfert

    Published: 2020-10-23 at 17:32:03 CST

In March, almost all U.S. energy companies had a share price below $5. It hasn't changed much since then. A majority have share prices even below $2. This is beyond any other extreme over the past 20 years.; There has been a sudden and large increase in implied volatility in bond options. While this concerns some investors who worry about this bleeding into the stock market, historically a quick rise in bond volatility has not done so. There was a consistent pattern of the VIX dropping in the months ahead, while stocks rose.


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