The Fed’s impact on inter-bank funding markets

Author: Andy Kochar

March 26, 2018

Further Fed tightening is causing inter-bank funding markets to exhibit elevated levels of stress relative to central bank risk-free overnight rates, known as the LIBOR-OIS spread. Andy Kochar explains why additional temporary factors may dissipate, leading to select opportunities within the Financials sector.

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Written by

Andy Kochar, CFA

Associate Portfolio Manager

AGF Investments Inc.

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