04 June 2014 at 6:14 GMT
Note: This week has seen the introduction of 1) the inclusion of a 'Potential return (%)' column and 2) a re-adjustment of trade sizes to make each position roughly equal to USD 10,000 for a total exposure of 20,000 if a pair's two positions are traded at the sizes indicated.
By Mads Koefoed
The pair trade candidate of Christian Dior and LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton has gone from a positive spread of 1.0 at the beginning of the week to a negative spread of minus 0.6 in just two days. It has, in other words, overshot the mean to the downside, and any investment in this pair could be closed for a quick profit.
-- Edited by Martin O'Rourke