Sudden rally takes prices higher, swap spreads retighten

  • 17 Jun 2005
Systematic profit-taking took US Treasuries off the recent low yields this week before a rally yesterday (Thursday) took prices higher and dollar swap spreads narrower again. By yesterday afternoon the five year swap spread was 41.25bp, the 10 year was 41.75bp and the 30 year was ...

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