No-Change Scenario

No-Change Scenario

On an ARM, the assumption that the value of the index to which the interest rate is tied does not change from its initial level.

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That was an argument I could never get my head around, but one which became completely dismissive for me when Dutch Ray went public in claiming the no-change scenario would have been the wish of Speed.
As of July 29, options on the August fed funds futures assigned a 97% chance to the no-change scenario, up from less than 80% immediately after the June meeting.
Among the three, the borrower looking for the longest stretch-out of the payment increase on a no-change scenario will opt for A.