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

0.800

6 Mth GBP LIBOR 0.89
Term Rates
10 Year UK Gilt 1.602
10 Year GBP Swap 1.676
Indicative only 19th September 2018
Hedging

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

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Financial Risk Management

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Fed funds rate set to rise past inflation for first time since 2008

Widely expected increase will push key US measure above price rises
Posted: Sun, 23 Sep 2018 18:54:34 GMT

Labour party conference, Fed rate decision, UN general assembly

Your FT guide to this week’s big events
Posted: Sun, 23 Sep 2018 18:51:18 GMT

Why investors should worry about rising wages

Low wage inflation fuelled the bull market but this is now changing
Posted: Sun, 23 Sep 2018 18:32:05 GMT

China tightens trade tension with rejection of US talks

Beijing protests at sanctions over Russian weapon purchases
Posted: Sun, 23 Sep 2018 17:45:38 GMT

US to set up $60bn investment agency to counter China

Reboot of commercial lending to emerging nations in face of Beijing ‘economic warfare’
Posted: Sun, 23 Sep 2018 16:50:40 GMT

A View from the Bridge - Aug 2018

The Bank of England has raised interest rates above 0.5% for the first time since March 2009, although this is still the first-time rates have been set at 0.75%, base rates were cut from 1% to 0.5% as part of the ongoing emergency response to the financial crisis. The 0.25% increase follows the removal in November of the emergency cut to 0.25% delivered in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.

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