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Implied volatility

Implied volatility is the estimated volatility of a currency’s price. It increases when markets are bearish on that currency and decreases when markets are bullish. This is because bearish markets are perceived as more risky than bullish markets.

Implied volatility is the estimated volatility of a currency’s price. It increases when markets are bearish on that currency and decreases when markets are bullish. This is because bearish markets are perceived as more risky than bullish markets.

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