No summer lull for swap market after Treasury sell-off

  • 21 Aug 2003

Dollar swap spreads ground lower over the week, but popped wider as some mortgage related paying was seen on Wednesday. By late morning in New York on yesterday (Thursday) spreads were around 1bp wider than they before the blackout of last Thursday.

The five year was last seen at ...

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