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Happy Holidays from Derivative Logic

First, a Thank You The DL Team would like to thank all of our clients, friends, and associates for what has been a rewarding and growth-filled 2018.  We are pleased that Chris Hunt has joined our team this year and is leading expansion in the Midwest and on the East Coast – he has been in the […]

Fed to Remain on its Hiking Path

Last Week: Interest rates traded slightly higher as equities fell on the week amid volatile trading, driven mainly by increasing political and economic uncertainty. Yields on the US 10-year Treasury note drifted higher to 2.89% from 2.86% last week while 1-month LIBOR continued its March higher to 2.45% from 2.42% this time last week. Oil […]

December Fed Hike a Done Deal as Markets Wonder What’s Next

Last Week: Interest rates were mixed, and equities fell amid increasing concerns over global growth and lingering trade tensions. The yield on the US 10-year Treasury note slumped 12 basis points from a week ago, to 2.89%, while 1-month LIBOR rose to 2.40% from 2.37% this time last week. Oil rose slightly to $52.61 as […]

The Art of Kicking the Can Down the Road

Last Week: Interest rates were mixed and equities rose on the week amid Fed and trade war-induced jitters. The yield on the US 10-year Treasury note retreated to 2.98%, the first time it’s traded below 3% since mid-September. 1-month LIBOR made up for some of its recent declines, rising to 2.35% from 2.33% the week […]