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Understanding inflation breakevens

Inflation breakevens Introduction The Fisher equation is a way of decomposing a nominal yield into three components: Real yields Inflation expectations Inflation risk premium It is expressed as: (1 + nominal rate) = (1 + real rate) (1+ inflation expectations) (1+ inflation risk premium) It is common for practitioners to combine the last two elements into one component and refer to it as the Read More
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Floating Rate Notes - The Full Monty

Understanding Arsenal’s Floating Rate Note Gerald: All I want to do is get you in a straight bloody line! What do I have to do? Horse: Well it’s the Arsenal offside trap isn’t it? Gerald: You what? Horse: The Arsenal offside trap!  Lomper here is Tony Adams, right? Any bugger looks like scoring we all step forward in a line and waive our arms around like a fairy! The ‘Full Monty” Read More
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The Cat and the Banker

Can highly recommend that pople check out the following book  "The Cat and the Banker". It is written by an ex-colleague Nadir Mehadji who has come up with a creative way of explaining a series of tricky concepts. The book is about "investing for people who don't know where to start".  Knowing Nadir as I do I think a lot of experienced investors would benefit from his many years of insight! The Read More
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Power: a practical handbook

FMT are delighted to announce the publication of "power: a practical handbook", which includes a chapter by one of the firm's principals, Neil C Schofield.   From the cover of the book: "With world electricity demand expected to double by 2030, the power sector is under increasing pressure to modernise and rise to the challenge of meeting global needs. While some countries are pressing ahead with conventional Read More
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All of the course was enlightening. I liked having to apply what we were taught to different scenarios

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