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Banking On It

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Editor

Activities in big bank options market making, Boris Johnson’s surprise announcement and James Harden’s offensive basketball acumen are all covered in this week’s episode of “The Spread.” 

The following are links to the stories referenced:
Reuters -> BNP Paribas plans bid for Deutsche Bank’s equity derivatives
Bloomberg via Yahoo Finance ->  Barclays in Talks to Sell Automated Options Business to GTS
Financial Times -> Bets on pound volatility climb after Johnson’s no-deal gambit
Bloomberg -> The Day The Vix Doubled: Tales of ‘Volmageddon’
Bloomberg -> Founder of Stricken Hedge Fund Promoted Naked Option Selling
Reuters -> Mexico nearing $1 billion oil hedge program: sources
Youtube -> Flip that Flow – Noah Warsaw

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Tesla Trade Spurs Early-Week Stock Selling; Inflation Index Jumps; Options Volume Continues to Set Records – The Spread – November 12, 2021

Tesla Trade Spurs Early-Week Stock Selling; Inflation Index Jumps; Options Volume Continues to Set Records – The Spread – November 12, 2021

– Tesla CEO Elon Musk sells shares, briefly captivates the equity market; Higher inflation news chills Treasury trading; Options volume continues to set records;
– John’s Take profiles Stable, the winning innovator of the year at FIA Expo 2021;
– EQDerivatives’ Russell Rhoads explains the Nasdaq-100 Volatility Index in the Term of the Week.

U.S. Growth Slows, But Tesla Options Rev Up; Cboe Goes Nanos For Retail; John’s Take Previews Expo; Strategizing with Butterfly Spreads – The Spread – October 29, 2021

U.S. Growth Slows, But Tesla Options Rev Up; Cboe Goes Nanos For Retail; John’s Take Previews Expo; Strategizing with Butterfly Spreads – The Spread – October 29, 2021

– The U.S. economy sputtered to a 2% growth rate in Q3, but Tesla traders are unfazed; Cboe expands S&P 500 Index options offerings for retail with smaller options; ethereum gets a boost from new ETF expectations; 
– John’s Take previews next week’s in-person return of FIA Expo;
– Catching up with long butterfly spreads in the Term of the Week with Jermal Chandler.

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