The Vix index or ‘fear gauge’ is indicating investor complacency even as systemic risk is, arguably, rising. Photo: APr
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Nicholas Spiro

The stock market ‘fear gauge’ is at a 23-year low, so what could go wrong?

The prevailing view, which was brought to the fore last week, that the withdrawal of policy accommodation by the world’s leading central banks will be the decisive catalyst for a surge in volatility is questionable

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The Vix index or ‘fear gauge’ is indicating investor complacency even as systemic risk is, arguably, rising. Photo: APr
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