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‘NAV’igating European Money Market Reform

With markets well into late cycle, cash, or Money Market Funds (MMFs), are increasingly being considered as part of asset allocation decisions, given their primary objectives to provide a high degree of liquidity alongside preservation of capital, a...

Moore rate cuts or a world of Cain?

President Trump’s Legacy on the Federal Reserve President Trump had been presented with the opportunity to make a profound impact on the Federal Reserve (Fed). Since his election in 2016, he has had the ability to appoint new individuals for five ...

Hibor & Sibor: Paradoxically higher rates

Hong Kong Hibor and Singaporean SOR interest rates have climbed in tandem with US Libor over the past few years – but their upward trajectory has not always been steady (Fig 1a) and they have frequently lagged Libor.  Recently, more dovish Fed co...

Finger on the trigger, China policy put

What’s a China “policy put”? Unlike most developed markets, Chinese central bank (PBOC) operates more like a part of the government rather than an independent organization. Its official objectives include maintaining financial stability and pe...

A Hard Act to Follow at the ECB

The race to succeed ECB President Mario Draghi, whose term ends in October, is heating up. Already, the ECB’s forward guidance, which signals no rate hikes until next year at the earliest, extends beyond President Draghi’s term, and there is a q...