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What the 2020 election means for volatility and the value trade

Garrett DeSimone, head of quantitative research at OptionMetrics, unpacks the 2020 presidential election's impact on volatility and the growth-value gap. With CNBC's Seema Mody.
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Tue, Oct 20 20202:44 PM EDT
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