Investment banks await market volatility after weak Q1 for equities trading

S&P Global | June 2, 2023

Venkatarao Bodapati, Associate Director, recently shared his expert insights with S&P Global Market Intelligence on how investment banks are expecting volatility to continue in the second quarter as investors continue to grapple with several headwinds.

‘Trading volumes are likely to stay low in the second quarter but should stabilize or strengthen in the second half of the year’, he explains.

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