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My Comment to the Treasury on Floating Rate Notes
As I noted here, the U.S. Treasury is considering the sale of floating rate notes (“FRNs”) to help meet its funding needs. The Treasury recently requested comments from the public on this topic. I submitted this comment: One of the reasons … Continue reading
Posted in Bonds, Economics
Tagged Floating Rate Debt, FRNs, Interest Rate Risk, Seeking Alpha, Treasury Debt, Treasury Floaters, Weighted Average Maturity
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Treasury Floaters: An Update
In an earlier post, I drew attention to my Seeking Alpha article about the possible issuance of floatingrate notes by the U.S. Treasury. I pointed out that while one of the given rationales for floaters would be to lengthen the average … Continue reading
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Tagged Floating Rate Debt, FRNs, Interest Rate Risk, Seeking Alpha, Treasury Debt, Treasury Floaters
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Seeking Alpha Article on Treasury Floaters
Seeking Alpha has published my article Treasury Floaters Muddy the Waters. It discusses the possibility that the U.S. Treasury will begin to sell floatingrate debt alongside its traditional fixedrate bills, notes and bonds. The Treasury might employ floaters as part of … Continue reading
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Tagged Floating Rate Debt, FRNs, Interest Rate Risk, Seeking Alpha, Treasury Debt, Treasury Floaters, Weighted Average Maturity
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