Data, earnings force revisions to interest rate forecasts

  • 26 Apr 2002
Dollar swap spreads compressed once more this week. By yesterday (Thursday) afternoon the five year spread had come in to around 52.5bp over Treasuries while the 10 year was at 58bp over Treasuries. These prices were off the lows of the week, but represented a decline of another 4bp ...

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