CBOE China ETF Volatility Index ("VXFXI")
Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) now applies its proprietary CBOE Volatility Index® (VIX®) methodology to create indexes that reflect expected volatility for options on select exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
CBOE calculates and disseminates the CBOE China ETF Volatility Index (ticker VXFXI), which reflects the implied volatility of the FXI ETF.
Press Release - March 16, 2011 - CBOE Extends Its Volatility Franchise: Applies VIX Methodology to Six ETFs
Spreadsheets with Historical Price Data for Volatility Indexes for Options on ETFs
Updated Price Charts
CBOE China ETF Volatility Index ("VXFXI"): www.cboe.com/VXFXI
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Links for More Up-to-date Price Information
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Spreadsheets with Historical Price Data
Historical Daily Prices - Spreadsheet with Closing Prices for Several Indexes
Historical Month-end Prices - Spreadsheet with Closing Prices for Several Indexes
In addition, Market Data Express gives users access to more than 16 years of historical options data
Options Profit-and-Loss Diagrams
* In the Protective Put and Buy-write diagrams, the faint grey line represents an equity position, and the colored "hockey-stick-shaped" line represents the combined stock plus options position. For more details, please click on strategies
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