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 0.390
6 Mth GBP LIBOR 0.522
Term Rates
10 Year UK Gilt 0.663
10 Year GBP Swap 0.710
Indicative only 30th Aug 2016
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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Apple tax deal: how it worked and what ruling means

Ruling against US technology group takes battle against aggressive corporate tax avoidance to new level
Posted: Tue, 30 Aug 2016 16:11:36 GMT

AfDB chief warns Africa on debt

Adesina expects downturn to last for up to another 3 years
Posted: Tue, 30 Aug 2016 12:32:45 GMT

Eurozone economic confidence falls sharply

Sharp fall suggests Britain’s vote to leave EU may be starting to hit sentiment across region
Posted: Tue, 30 Aug 2016 14:58:13 GMT

Ireland defends economy from Apple fallout

Scale of EU penalty shocks Irish political and budget establishment
Posted: Tue, 30 Aug 2016 13:45:53 GMT

Trump to unveil ‘disruptive’ economic plan

Republican’s advisers are drawn from Wall Street and real estate sector
Posted: Tue, 30 Aug 2016 13:24:01 GMT

A View from the Bridge - July 2016

Data output for July was never going to be anything but dramatic after the Brexit result but it wasn't the UK grabbing the headlines. US seasonally and inflation adjusted annual GDP growth of just 1.2% in Q2 was the weakest pace in any expansion period since 1949! This was at odds with some of the more positive news as consumer spending remains strong, home sales have hit a post-recession high and 287 thousand new jobs were added but reduced business investment, large reductions in inventories and declining Government spending have clearly knocked economic output. The likelihood of a September rate hike has reduced to 12% and US long term rates have hit the lowest in their 227 year history.

PegasusCapital - Thu 4th Aug