Banks Are More Asset Sensitive Now Than 2005: Sterne Agee – ValueWalk Premium
Cost of Funds Vs Increase in Fed Funds

Banks Are More Asset Sensitive Now Than 2005: Sterne Agee

Aided by core deposits and absolute level of interest rates, banks are more asset sensitive now than they were during the 2004-2006 interest rate hike cycle, notes Sterne Agee.

Brett Rabatin and Jonathan Craycraft of Sterne Agee in their research report dated October 7, 2014 titled: “Asset Sensitivity-A Look Back at History, and Some Concerns We Have With 10-Q Modeling” express their concern that deposit costs may not lag interest rates as much as banks hope.
Interest movement Vs NII
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