Bear Flatteners Touted On Rates Hike Expectations

Front-end bear flatteners to position for U.S. interest rate hike expectations are being recommended by Barclays. According to the firm’s strategists, the trade would earn carry and is attractive at present on the back of recent demand for mid-expiry short tail options.

  • 29 Jan 2013

Front-end bear flatteners to position for U.S. interest rate hike expectations are being recommended by Barclays. According to the firm’s strategists, the trade would earn carry and is attractive at present on the back of recent demand for mid-expiry short tail options. The firm is recommending investors go ...

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