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Trading the Yield Curve

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The Treasury Yield Curve depicts the interest rates of variety maturity government debt. Generally, the curve is upward sloping with longer maturity debt providing higher yield. Recently though the curve has severely flattened with some points being inverted. Given the low implied volatility of interest rate options, what can we do to trade the curve?

In this piece, Tom and Tony discuss popular Treasury Yield Curve trades and how to adjust them to gain pure curve exposure using a DV01 ratio.

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