The big yawn – why a Fed rate hike no longer really matters for cash collateral in securities lending (Premium)

We are staring it down year end and the Fed is gearing for a long-awaited rate hike. Typically, Fed interest rate moves are an Event with a capital “E”. Securities finance had always been tremendously plugged in and sensitive to Fed moves as arguably the most rate conscious and rate sensitive of businesses – after all, no other industry refers to interest rates as “prices”. Not this time though. What is happening here?

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