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Total’s 4Q16 Earnings Beat Estimates: Stock Rises 1.1%

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How Much Did Total’s Implied Volatility Fall after 4Q16?

Implied volatility in Total

Total (TOT) posted its earnings on February 9, 2017. That day, its implied volatility fell 0.70% to 16.3% compared to the previous day. That’s lower than its 30-day average implied volatility of 18.5%. That same day, TOT stock rose 1.1%.

How Much Did Total&#8217;s Implied Volatility Fall after 4Q16?

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Peers’ implied volatilities

Let’s look now at implied volatilities for Total’s peers on February 9, 2017. Statoil (STO) and PetroChina (PTR) rose 0.80% and 0.40%, respectively.

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