Just over a month ago, volatility, as measured by the VIX index was around 26%, the highest reading since the Chinese slowdown scare of last August. The FTSE 100 was plunging, reaching its nadir of 5,500 in the morning of 11 February.
Since then, the EU referendum has kicked off, adding to uncertainty, but the FTSE 100 is now 12% higher at the time of writing. The first catalyst for this has been the recovery in the oil price and...
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