Greed Index CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) - reflects expectations for a 30-day volatility of the S & P 500 index options, traded at lows, which has not been seen since the summer of 2014 - on AMarkets materials.
Interestingly, the summer 2014 was a record period of quiet and calm for currencies. Current trend of the index means that investors are quite satisfied with the situation, and do not worry too much about too high quotations on the stock and bond markets. Investors are not worried about the possible pressure, which can be created for the dollar, as well as investors is comfortable with the fact that Clinton margin ahead of Trump in the presidential race. BREXIT not had a sustained impact on the market - with the idea of things quickly become accustomed and forget. Markets sank immediately after the announcement of the results of the referendum, but then quickly returned to previous levels. Out of Britain from the European Union - a process that will take several years.
Many economists are convinced - and markets, and investors have recently heavily sync'd with reality. And the harder they seem to return to reality. Now, investors are only concerned with the search for competitive rates of return. Capital Protection correction, which sooner or later - the task of a minor. Index CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) is in "contango" - investors are willing to pay a premium today in anticipation of future price increases. Yes, that's right - the investor expects that the quotes will rise rather than fall. The index of economic surprises Economic Surprise index grows. Expectations of inflation for the next five years - Inflation Expectations 5y - are at the level of 1.95%. The indicator of hiring new workforce Atlanta Fed Wage Growth Tracker is growing. All this is pushing the US Federal Reserve decision to increase rates. If rates will begin to rise, it will create a support for the dollar, which will feel much better than other currencies "Big Seven".