BofA On How To Benefit On “Rates-Slaved” TradesMark Melin
US Ten Year Treasury notes are exhibiting a highly unusual correlation with a number of global assets. This abnormality is setting up a variety of potential trades, an October 3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch report notes. Many of these trades are based on “rates-slaved” low volatility assets, the Global Equity Volatility Insights report noted, pointing to long convexity trades and strategies that benefit from a pick-up in interest rate . . .
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