Liquidity Risk Hedging

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Long-term bonds are exposed to higher interest-rate risk, or duration, than short-term bonds. Conventional interest-rate risk management prescribes that a firm structure the maturity of its liabilities in order to hedge the duration of its long-term assets (?). By doing so, the firm’s assets and liabilities move in lockstep, and its net equity is shielded… (More)

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