CDS Revival Falling Short As Fund Managers Hedge Rate RiskMark Melin
As major central banks around the world embark on a plan to “normalize” interest rates -- allowing market forces, not central economic planners, to more directly influence outcomes – there is a concern. With a prolonged period of market suppression through quantitative easing successful influencing interest rates, taking them negative in some cases, could volatility or un-intended market consequences become a bi-product?
This is a concern among institutional investors.
A recent Greenwich Associates . . .
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