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October 03, 2005

Measured Pace Maintains The Pace

The indefatigable Erkin Sahinoz rises from his sick bed to supply the latest market estimates of the  federal funds rate targets that will prevail after the November 1 and December 13 meetings of the Federal Open Market Committee.   Without further ado:



As of the market close on Friday, the yield on 10-year Treasury notes was about 4.32 percent.   Interesting.

Here's the data from the pictures above:
Download implied_pdf_november_093005.xls
Download implied_pdf_december_093005.xls

And here are the pictures in Power Point:
Download Imp_pdf_slides_for_blog_093005.ppt

October 3, 2005 in Fed Funds Futures , Interest Rates | Permalink


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