(Reuters) - The cost of betting on euro downside against the dollar in currency derivatives markets fell on Tuesday to the lowest since mid-March, after a Franco-German proposal for a recovery fund and joint debt boosted the single currency.
One-month euro-dollar risk reversals showed the implied volatility premium for euro puts against calls has shrunk to the lowest since March 17 at around minus 0.23% EUR1MRR=FN. Puts are options that allow holders to sell the euro at a certain price while calls confer the right to buy.
The euro has risen more than 1% versus the dollar since the plan was unveiled on Monday for a 500-billion euro fund and joint debt issuance EUR=EBS.
Reporting by Sujata Rao; Editing by Tommy Reggiori Wilkes
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