1.9 Interest Rates Analysis

1.9 Interest Rates Analysis - Ask five different economists...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  8/29/2010  © H Toprac Ask five different economists and you'll get five different answers Edgar R. Fiedler, Economist
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Click to edit Master subtitle style  8/29/2010  © H Toprac Foundations of Finance 1.9 Interest Rates Analysis
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 9/15/2010  © H Toprac A line graph showing the relationship between the interest rates and terms to maturity on Treasury instruments A tool for predicting the future of the economy 9/15/2010 © H Toprac 3 What is a yield curve?
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 9/15/2010  © H Toprac Gentle upward slope Spread between 90- day T-bill and 30-year Treasury bond is usually 3 percentage points Economic activity (GDP and inflation) are normal Current conditions are likely to continue 9/15/2010 © H Toprac 4 Normal yield curve Int er es t R at e Term to Maturity
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 9/15/2010  © H Toprac Steep upward slope Spread between 90- day T-bill and 30-year Treasury bond is > 3 percentage points
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This note was uploaded on 12/30/2010 for the course MIS 302f taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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