Traders are starting to pull back on cryptocurrency trading because of the current turmoil in the world economy.
However, that doesn’t mean investors aren’t interested in investing in the next big thing.
As investors continue to pull their money out of the market and focus more on stocks and bonds, the stock exchange and futures markets are also seeing their share prices plunge.
The market for stocks has been trending down, but futures are still up.
For the second straight day, the SPDR S&P 500 has lost ground to the CBOE Volatility Index, or VIX.
It’s down 1.5% to 5,636.19, or about 3% from last week’s closing price.
The VIX has been a favorite for traders since it started rising in 2011, but it has recently fallen to levels not seen since 2010, according to Bloomberg data.
The VIX peaked in late January, and it fell to near its lowest level in September, in late October, and late November.
On the futures side, the CBOe Volatility Indices has also been falling this week.
The CBOE’s index fell 5% on Wednesday, down from 7,835.89 on Thursday.
The index has fallen 3.6% in the past three days, according the data provider FactSet.
The VX, which is a combination of VIX and the S&s, is up 1.6%, and the CBOEs have fallen 1.7% over the same period.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average also lost 3.4% on Thursday, and the Nasdaq has fallen 8.4%.
The Dow Jones is down nearly 200 points this week, with the S &Ps down more than 5% and the VX down nearly 2%.
For the week ending Jan. 1, the S and VX were trading at about 5,900 and 4,500 points, respectively, according data provider Nifty.
The Dow is trading at a 52-week high of 6,051.30.