Volatility Products, Interacting with Order Flow and Complex Order Books – Nasdaq

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In this video from the Options Exchange Leader Series, Nasdaq Vice President and Head of US Options Greg Ferrari discusses the exchange’s plans for its own volatility products, trading technology developments and how market participants interact with order flow.

 

Produced by Mike Forrester 

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