Talking point - The relaunch of 30-year Treasuries

February 9 marks the return of 30-year Treasuries in the US. Credit asked market participants whether this will stimulate growth in the 30-year corporate bond sector


Bulent Baygun
Head of US fixed-income research and strategy
Barclays Capital

In view of potential reforms in the pension fund arena, there is likely to be demand for long-duration assets for more effective asset-liability management. We are currently expecting $15 billion at the initial offering. With regular supply in the back end of the Treasury curve, dealers and investors will have a broader set of curve and spread trading opportunities and strategies available to them.


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