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U.S. equity indices moved lower for the week as rising tensions between the U.S. and China and increasing hospitalization rates in the nation’s COVID-19 hotspots soured investor sentiment.
The week began on shaky footing as the resurgence of COVID-19 dampened investor sentiment and renewed fears the country could be headed for more lockdowns.
Hear what interest rate swap exposure is and the relevance to the loan underwriting.
Major U.S. equity indices pushed higher on the week, as positive developments in the hunt for effective COVID-19 treatments and a vaccine improved investor sentiment.
Listen to this podcast and see how to banks can win business with sophisticated lending tools.
See how current market conditions present financial institutions, equipped with the proper tools and strategy, with opportunities that can provide some welcomed relief during this period.
See how introducing a third party swaps into the mix may seem simple at first, but can result in control issues for one of the bank’s greatest assets – its customers.
Learn how to help your commercial customers understand why an interest rate swap makes sense.
Hear more on the current market of oil and natural gas lending and whether banks should stay in the oil business.
As economic activity begins to resume this summer, banks should consider taking proactive steps to protect their customer relationships from hungry competitors.
Back-to-back swaps work as follows: the bank enters into two separate transactions with the customer: 1) a floating-rate loan and 2) a companion fixed-rate swap with its customer.
In a holiday-shortened week, market participants received a deluge of economic data releases that largely suggested a recovering U.S. economy and improving consumer sentiment.
Learn why interest rate swaps are beneficial for both banks and their commercial borrowers.
A financial institution with hedging capabilities is better equipped to protect its net interest margin and make every basis point count with the recent return to rock-bottom interest rates.
Learn how an interest rate swap with an embedded floor works and what the implications are for utilizing this structure.
Our experts will examine the factors driving the markets and discuss the balance sheet risk management strategies that are being implemented.
Learn how financial institutions are dealing with recent market volatility as well as a wide range of issues from net interest margin pressures and asset-liability management.
The major U.S. equity indices moved lower on the week as fears of a resurgence of COVID-19 in the U.S. dominated headlines and soured investor sentiment.
Read how banks that loan to the oil and gas industry are being impacted from the second sharp downturn in the past five years.
Read more about the hedge accounting considerations and impacts for loan deferrals as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.