Equity bounce deflates swap spreads in dollars and euros

  • 18 Oct 2002
In a reversal of sentiment, dollar swap spreads have collapsed about 10bp from the highs of last week. In early dealing yesterday (Thursday), the 10 year spread came in to deal at a low of 58.25bp, over 11bp tighter than the highs of last week and 9bp tighter than ...

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