Kolanovic Sees Oil / Stock Market Correlation Decoupling Near $75, Warns Of "Volatility Shock" – ValueWalk Premium

Kolanovic Sees Oil / Stock Market Correlation Decoupling Near $75, Warns Of "Volatility Shock"

The stock market remains subject to a volatility shock, JPMorgan’s leading derivatives strategist said in an otherwise subdued May 11 research piece. The stock market is currently operating using a market correlation factor that is about to change where a “Goldilocks” attitude towards oil could change from “just right” to “too hot” in short notice.

Kolanovic: Positive oil / stocks correlation ending near $75 per barrel, don't fear the value price rise
The group thought that higher oil prices are positive for stocks

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