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Testing is the Cure to Our Economic Ills

Last Week: Interest rates fell, and equities rose as investors tip-toed back into risk amid a seeming plateau in COVID-19 deaths. The yield on the US 10-year Treasury note declined 11 basis points to 0.62% as 1-month LIBOR continued its slow, steady decline to 0.67%, about 13 basis points lower than the start of the […]

Don’t Fight the Fed

Last Week: Interest rates were mixed, and global equities were higher on the week amid hopes that the coronavirus pandemic may be nearing a peak. The yield on the US 10-year Treasury note rose 15 basis points to 0.73%, while 1-month LIBOR fell 10 basis points to 0.81%. The price of a barrel of crude […]

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Rates on a Knife Edge as Virus Threat Gets Real

Need a rate cap price? Check out our Rate Cap Cost calculator. Last Week: Interest rates and equities fell on the week as concerns over the spread of the coronavirus were reignited. The yield on the US 10-year Treasury note declined 11 basis points to 1.46%, its lowest level since September 2019, and 1-month LIBOR […]