U.K. RMBS – A Week In Review By Markit

The Federal Reserve cut its main interest rate by 25 basis points last week, falling short of market participants’ expectations. This was followed by the release of monthly figures that showed U.S. inflation was higher than analysts forecast with the consumer price index rising by 0.8% in November and the year-over-year inflation rate reaching a peak at 4.3%. All these factors put pressure on the U.S. real rate and more importantly on the U.S. dollar LIBOR and the dollar itself.

  • 20 Dec 2007
The Federal Reserve cut its main interest rate by 25 basis points last week, falling short of market participants’ expectations. This was followed by the release of monthly figures that showed U.S. inflation was higher than analysts forecast with the consumer price index rising by 0.8% in November ...

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