A new formula introduced by the French government that fixes the rate of the Livret A could have strong implications on the French inflation market and could create conditions for attractive inflation...
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Rocketing oil and food prices have reawakened concerns about rising consumer costs, causing greater numbers of investors to put on inflation hedges. Dealers report increased activity in inflation-linked bonds and swaps, and even caps and floors, as the...
Property derivatives aren't anything new in the UK commercial property market, but they could experience more explosive growth across the pond, where commercial property prices are poised for dramatic falls in the wake of the subprime crisis. Peter Andresen...
The US inflation derivatives market has been moribund over the past few years, with most of the activity focusing on Treasury inflation-protected securities. However, there are signs that some large US institutional investors are looking to up their allocations...
Issuers of structured products have been looking for new pastures, and to Asia, to tap into the property markets there - but the lack of robust indexes and the potential for volatility are making things difficult for structurers. Sarfraz Thind of Structured...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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