Posts tagged 'Eurodollar'

Brexit, the Target2 angle

Everybody knows much of the City of London was vehemently opposed to Brexit because of fears of what might happen to banks’ interests if so-called “passporting” rights into and out of the European system were lost.

What is less talked about, however, is Brexit’s impact on the European payments clearing system, Target2 — and how the passporting issue connects by way of Target2 to the realm of sovereign monetary policy.

At the absolute heart of the matter is the status and treatment of payment systems worldwide, and whether or not they can really be treated as something independent and thus distinct from national monetary policy (and hence open to commercial competition) — or as integral to sovereign interests. Read more

Some key levels on the eurodollar strip

Following up on our previous post which referenced some interesting goings on in the eurodollar markets, we bring you this chart courtesy of the ICAP rates team:

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