DL Monitor

Our weekly newsletter, DL Monitor, provides market insights and observations on factors effecting hedging and derivatives. Subscribers receive notifications to the publications. Our monthly DL Report provides more authoritative white-paper for-subscribers-only.

Rates Break Out of Their Funk

Curious where rates are headed this year? Check out our Annual Rates Forecast. Have strong convictions about where rates are headed yourself? Enter our 2020 Rate Forecast Contest to win great swag and prestigious kudos! Top 3 prognosticators each quarter will get Starbucks gift cards, with $300 for 1st place! Last Week: US interest rates were […]

If It Looks Like QE, and it Smells Like QE…

Curious where rates are headed this year? Check out our Annual Rates Forecast. Have strong convictions about where rates are headed yourself? Enter our 2020 Rate Forecast Contest to win great swag and prestigious kudos! Top 3 prognosticators each quarter will get Starbucks gift cards, with $300 for 1st place! Last Week: Interest rates fell slightly […]

Good Enough for the Fed

Curious where rates are headed this year? Check out our Annual Rates Forecast. Have strong convictions about where rates are headed yourself? Enter our 2020 Rate Forecast Contest to win great swag and prestigious kudos! Top 3 prognosticators each quarter will get Starbucks gift cards, with $300 for 1st place! Last Week: Interest rates were mixed, […]

Drums of War Dominate Rate Moves

Last Week: Interest rates fell, and equities were little changed on the week, both having surrendered gains made through Thursday’s close after a US airstrike killed a top Iranian general in Baghdad. Markets grew risk averse on the news of the attack due to fears of the conflict intensifying and disrupting the flow of oil […]

Curb Your Enthusiasm

Last Week: Interest rates and equity markets both traded higher as several tail risks faded, such as an intensifying US-China trade war and a disorderly Brexit. The yield on the US 10-year Treasury note was little changed at 1.83% after a volatile week, where it spiked to a one-month high of 1.95%. 1-month LIBOR followed […]