Treasury rally forces sharp squeeze on swap spreads

  • 12 Sep 2003

Dollar swap spreads compressed sharply this week, and by the close in New York yesterday (Thursday), the two year swap spread was around 30.5bp over Treasuries, the five year was at 40.5bp over Treasuries and the 10 year was at around 43.5bp.

Both the five year and 10 year ...

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