|Security||CBOE / CBOE Holdings, Inc. (12503M108)|
|Chairman and CEO||Tilly Edward T|
|Form 4 Count||252|
|Form 425 Count||84|
|Form 8-K Count||52|
|Form SC 13G/A Count||21|
SEC Filings - 10K, 8K, Annual Reports
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A month has gone by since the last earnings report for CBOE Holdings, Inc. (CBOE - Free Report) . Shares have added about 12.% in that time frame. (33-0)
For years the volatility bear as measured by the CBOE Volatility Index was in hibernation. The index, known by its ticker symbol VIX, is a popular measure of the stock market’s expectation of volatility implied by S&P 500 index options. But since early February, that long sleeping bear has awoken, and most on Wall Street feel that heightened volatility is here to stay. (112-0)
Market participants seem to have dismissed the recent market rout as being due to short volatility trades unwinding, and inflation concerns have largely dissipated. (27-0)
Stocks globally have experienced more than a week of tumultuous trading, with the US stock market officially in correction territory. And after being relatively sedate for years, the VIX Index has risen dramatically in recent days, indicating rising volatility. Stocks have moved so far so fast that investors have experienced financial whiplash and are trying to understand what caused markets to change course so abruptly. (29-0)
Monday’s markets closed sharply higher after a recovery rally was seen on Friday, but Tuesday’s opening bell was indicated to be weak for stocks. The bull market is just a month shy of being nine years old, and the one trend that has served investors huge rewards for over five years now has been to buy the pullbacks. Investors also are reconsidering how to position their portfolios for 2018, as higher wages, interest rates and even inflation concerns are being countered by tax reform, accelerated corporate earnings and stronger GDP growth. (120-2)