Pegasus Capital
  • View of Tower Bridge
    Providing independent expertise to assist corporates and their advisers
    navigate the complex world of hedging and derivatives
  • View of St Pauls Cathedral and Millennium Bridge
    Providing independent expertise to assist corporates and their advisers
    navigate the complex world of hedging and derivatives
  • View of The Shard in London
    Providing independent expertise to assist corporates and their advisers
    navigate the complex world of hedging and derivatives

Latest Markets

Money Market
3 Mth GBP LIBOR 0.619
6 Mth GBP LIBOR 0.734
Term Rates
10 Year UK Gilt 1.438
10 Year GBP Swap 1.615
Indicative only 24th May 2018
Hedging

Analysing, structuring and executing an appropriate hedging strategy...

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Financial Risk Management

With our broad experience across the loan markets, capital markets...

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Expert Witness

Independent expertise to assist corporates and their advisors.

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Trump to let China’s ZTE ‘reopen’ after it pays $1.3bn fine

Decision comes despite lawmakers’ criticism over president’s trade dealings with Beijing
Posted: Sat, 26 May 2018 01:51:06 GMT

Week ahead: US jobs, European politics, Buffett lunch

Posted: Fri, 25 May 2018 22:11:36 GMT

Instability in Italy and Spain jolts European markets

Peripheral bonds sell off after confidence motion called against Rajoy while Rome bickers
Posted: Fri, 25 May 2018 20:58:18 GMT

Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Turkey’s strongman grapples with the markets

Facing a currency crisis and a re-election bid, the president finally allowed interest rates to rise. But investors fear he is micromanaging the economy
Posted: Fri, 25 May 2018 18:07:43 GMT

A View from the Bridge - April 2018

Economic Growth in the UK during Q1 has been quite disappointing, with the ONS advanced estimate showing activity barely changing in the first three months of the year relative to the end of 2017, with the ‘Beast from the East’ only partly to blame! Expectations for a 25bp interest rate increase in May reached a high of 90% in early April, but weaker than expected inflation reported for March, an unscheduled dovish interview with the BBC by BOE Governor Carney, and last week’s publication of the weak GDP data, pretty much ruled out the prospect of higher rates at the May meeting.

PegasusCapital - Tue 1st May