Implied volatility

VHSI

VHSI

24.39PTS rise0.64 (2.7%)
Previous closing (PTS) Day high Day low
23.75 24.65 22.7

Implied Volatility (IV)

is one of the most important indicators when assessing a warrant. It refers to the estimate of future price volatility of a specified underlying asset, and is generally used by the market as an indicator to decide whether a warrant is value-for-money or not.

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IV of HSBC Focus Call Warrants

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Average IV level of HSBC's focus Warrants
Most active Call Warrant IV range

*Above warrants are selected based on the daily top turnover, delta between 30% to 70% and time to maturity between 3 to 9 months. The terms of the HSBC focused products may not meet the same criteria. The above is for reference only.

Last update: 2018-11-14 22:54 (At least 15 mins delayed)

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