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A brief one (take prices displayed in those data sets away from 100 for interest rate), falling short sterling contracts = rising interest rates

http://www.lse.co.uk/financeglossary.asp?s...est_rate_future

Short-Term Interest Rate Future

The three-month sterling interest rate future contract traded on LIFFE. Notional fixed-term deposits for three-month periods starting at a specified time in the future.

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Is there an instruction manual with that OnlyMe? :lol:

No idea...

100 - the rates quoted will give you the IR expectations.

e.g. 100 - 94.120 = 5.88%

From that you can also translate the odds between 5.75% and 6%

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1st point is this means 6% IR's as the figures drop under 94 sept '07 . No probs there.

This will continue for March '09.

I'm more pessimistic than than that but heh.

Also, What is the title or name given to these figures?

Thanks MM

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1st point is this means 6% IR's as the figures drop under 94 sept '07 . No probs there.

This will continue for March '09.

I'm more pessimistic than than that but heh.

Also, What is the title or name given to these figures?

Thanks MM

Short Sterling. ;)

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The scam is very refined - one day I'll come closer to understanding the fundamentals of the swindle.

What could happen if one controlled money supply and thus the business cycle with these figures and bets?

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