Swap spreads bounce off the lows as yield curve flattens

  • 10 Jun 2005

Declining yields and a much flatter yield curve pulled dollar swap spreads tighter again this week. At the same time, the new issue markets are reviving after a long lay-off and hedging pressures are contributing to the weight upon swap spreads.

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