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Levente Mady

Levente Mady

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • BondWorks

    Published 19 November 2004 | viewed 2,379 times

    Originally published November 15, 2004 Friday's trading in the US Treasuries illustrated very well why I am still reluctant to recommend shorting this market. Retail…

  • BondWorks

    Published 26 October 2004 | viewed 2,428 times

    RATES: Not a lot new in bond-land last week, the market just continues to grind up. 10 year yields are back under 4% even without…

  • BondWorks

    Published 21 October 2004 | viewed 2,284 times

    BondWorks was published October 18, 2004 by Institutional Advisors. RATES: Let's start this week's letter with an announcement of a different kind. I will be…

  • BondWorks

    Published 07 October 2004 | viewed 6,928 times

    BondWorks was published October 4, 2004 by Institutional Advisors. RATES: While bonds took a pretty good beating, I continue to maintain that there is still…