Breakeven rate

Breakeven rate

The difference in yield between inflation-protected and nominal debt of the same maturity. If the breakeven rate is negative it suggests traders are betting the economy may face deflation in the near future.
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10-year inflation breakeven rate, or the market's expectation for the average inflation rate over the next 10 years.
The breakeven rate of growth compares quite favorably to the 5.
Spot rates for very large crude carriers (VLCCs), with a capacity to transport 260,000 tones of oil, have recently dropped to a loss-making $13,000-14,000 per day, far below Frontline's cash breakeven rate of $21,600.
An estimate of future inflation, based on a model that combines the inflation forecast from the Philadelphia Fed's Survey of Professional Forecasters and the implied breakeven rate of inflation between nominal Treasuries and TIPS, suggests that inflation will run around 2.
Have you read the study with the weighty title of "Fully Capitated Payment Breakeven Rate for a Mid-Size Pediatric Practice?
The euro zone five-year, five-year breakeven rate, a key market-based expectation that predicts long-term inflation, dipped to 1.
16 percent, whereas the 10-year TIPS breakeven rate rose by 27 basis points to 1.
For example, the 10-year TIPS breakeven rate rose by 0.
6) The breakeven rate is a function of the dollar value of retirement pay, expected YOS at retirement, and lifespan.
40 a barrel, less than the breakeven rate of $75 a barrel estimated in the 2014-2015 budget, according to Kuwait Petroleum Corp.
The 10-year breakeven rate, which measures the difference between the yield on conventional 10-year French government bonds and that on comparable inflation-linked bonds, rose to 2.
The rate analysis should be prepared by a qualified actuary and should clearly identify the breakeven rate and assumptions therein," the letter states.