HOW TO PLAY IT-Volatility in energy shares


By Ryan Vlastelica NEW YORK, June 29 (Reuters) - Energy investors have had an exhausting year. While volatility in U.S. stocks has risen over the past quarter - much of it related to uncertainty in Europe and fears of slowing growth in the U.S. and China - swings have been especially severe in the energy sector. The S&P Energy index has moved at least 1 percent in 22 out of 43 trading sessions since the start of May, compared with 17 sessions in the S&P 500, as trading soared or ...

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