Daily Briefing - September 14, 2020

Real VisionSeptember 14, 2020
Real Vision senior editor Ash Bennington hosts managing editor Ed Harrison to discuss the animal spirits that are driving this market. After reviewing historical financial panics, Ed and Ash take another look at whether options mania is exerting influence on equity price action. They explore the "Softbank narrative" through the lens of volatility investor and arbitrageur Benn Eifert, and examine how speculators are buying options from market makers who are forced to delta-hedge their position, as they don’t want to take a directional position. Lastly, Ed and Ash look forward and see if there is "another shoe to drop" as fall approaches. In the intro, Jack Farley and Ash Bennington discuss the OPEC's latest monthly oil market report.
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