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Financial markets are closely connected to what’s happening in the world, from geo-political tensions to central bank decisions, specific company announcements and even CEO tweets.
Traders use headlines disseminated by news agencies to improve decision-making, forecast potential market impacts and balance associated risks. With new information released every minute, how do market makers like Optiver use headlines to provide the best estimate of prices as soon as possible?
Join this interactive virtual lecture by Quantitative Researcher Joe Wallace to discover:
- Historical examples of the relationship between news headlines and financial markets
- Why the impact of headlines is more complex than it may appear
- Examples of mathematical techniques used to predict the complex impact of news on the market
Date: 24 November, 2022
Time: 18:00 – 19:00 CET
Topic: The impact of news headlines on financial markets
Speaker: Joe Wallace, Trainer (Amsterdam)