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Reinvest Market Update - Basis Points

Minneapolis, MN | October 2, 2023 | Georgina Walleshauser, Vice President

The Federal Reserve held interest rates constant at this month’s FOMC meeting, yet we continue to see a significantly inverted treasury yield curve with elevated short-term rates. The one-year treasury rate has increased over 100 basis points in the past 6 months. As a result, issuers can benefit from reinvesting bond proceeds and lock-in higher short-term investment rates.

U.S. Treasury Yield Curve Comparison

Federal Funds Rate and 10-Year Treasury Note Historical and Forecasted

For tax-exempt borrowers who are coming to market with new money issuances, or have outstanding unspent bond proceeds, now is the perfect time to consider the most efficient reinvestment options. Below we show current reinvestment rate indications. We encourage you, as always, to reach out to your Blue Rose advisor for a tailored reinvestment indication to your specific fund(s) and discussion of the risks and benefits to each type of reinvestment structure.

Grey and blue number chart

Georgina Walleshauser, Vice President | 952-746-6036 Georgina Walleshauser joined Blue Rose in 2017 as a Junior Quantitative Analyst. She has vast expertise in providing modeling, analytics, market data, and research in support of the delivery of capital planning, debt and derivatives advisory, and reinvestment services to our clients. As Vice President, she manages a number of the firm’s clients and ensures that transactions run smoothly through closing. She specializes in analyzing and assessing reinvestment strategies for clients, leading many of Blue Rose’s reinvestment transactions.


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