Back in December, we wrote an article titled “Interest Rates Win Again as Fed Follows Market.”. In the piece, we noted that while most experts believe that central banks set interest rates, it’s actually the other way around—the market leads, and the Fed follows.
The National Stock Exchange (NSE) will launch interest rate futures on the 91-day treasury bills from July 4. So, what is this interest rate futures is all about? Interest rate futures (IRF) is a standardised interest rate derivative contract traded on a stock exchange to buy or sell an interest bearing instrument at a specified future […]