Do you want to read about Goldman Sachs doing a complex derivative on gold with a socialist Latin American country? I mean, you are on the internet, of course you do.
An option giving the right to buy gold at more than double the current price in two years was the most-active contract yesterday in New York for the second straight day.
Wagers betting that gold prices will rally 141 percent in about two years were the most-traded option in New York bullion yesterday.
An investor bought $13 million in call options on the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index, betting the gauge will rally at least 88 percent in the next four months.
Pacific Investment Management Co. is wagering at least $10 billion in the credit-default swaps market that U.S. corporate bonds will gain as the Federal Reserve extends unprecedented stimulus into 2014, according to traders and investors.
An investor bought $16.6 million in call options on the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, a strategy that will be profitable if the U.S. equity benchmark rallies in the next five months.
Two of America’s best known investors are moving in opposite directions in the stock market, with Laszlo Birinyi predicting more gains as David Einhorn takes a more cautious approach.
NQ Mobile Inc. was sued by an investor who seeks to represent a group of shareholders who allegedly lost money after a research firm said the Chinese company’s revenue was largely exaggerated.
Here's a delightful piece of regulatory police work.
Robusta coffee gained in London before options expire today. Sugar declined.