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Volatility for Turbulent Periods

How is volatility calculated for a turbulent period?

Answer
Turbulent periods are identified as the statistically unusual asset movements within a specified date range. We calculate the multivariate vector distance to identify these periods. These periods are usually marked by large asset movements (volatility) and/or unusual correlation (for example, when non-correlated assets become correlated).

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