Yield Sea-Change Happening On Front End Of The Curve

While many fixed-income investors may be focused on the specter of higher long-term Treasury yields, there’s a sea change afoot at the shorter end -- in U.S. money markets.

 The London interbank offered rate, or Libor, and rates on Treasury bills are around levels not seen since 2008. The Federal Reserve’s move to tighten policy forms the backdrop for the increase, but an added force behind the surge this year has come from a deluge of supply as U.S. deficits widen.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-12/a-sea-change-is-underway-in-money-markets-for-banks-investors

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