A proposed change to US balance of trade metrics creates a new benchmark challenge for collateralized trading
The US administration is considering a change in the way trade statistics are calculated. In the world of collateralized trading, including spread-based swaps and other derivatives pegged to predictors, any change to the methodology or meaning of the underlying metrics is concerning. These benchmarks aren’t LIBOR but they are still very important.
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