The Yield Book is the trusted and authoritative source for fixed income analytics that enables market makers and institutional investors to perform complex and accurate portfolio analysis and risk management. The Yield Book’s leading models are developed in collaboration with FTSE research and strategy teams, and used by FTSE’’s own traders. Yield Book products offer analytical insight into an extensive range of financial products in the fixed income space including Governments, Agencies, Corporates, High-Yield, Emerging Markets, Mortgages, ABS, CMBS, CMOs, and Derivatives. Powerful technology utilizing dedicated centralized servers ensures reliable, prompt data delivery. The Yield Book’s global team of analysts and engineers provide training, analytics, usage, and technical support to customers around the world.
Key Features and Coverage on RIMES
Through RIMES, the Yield Book can be used as an analytics tool to address complex mandates through our extensive benchmark choices, or through custom benchmarks that you specify. Choose from a comprehensive range of global debt market indices, including:
- FTSE Fixed Income Indices, FTSE RAFI Bonds Index Series such as the FTSE RAFI Sovereign Developed Markets Bond Index Series, FTSE RAFI Sovereign Emerging Markets Local Currency Bond Index Series, and FTSE RAFI World Corporate Investment-Grade Bond Index.
Securities currently available include approximately 16400 bonds, 35 indices, 70 money markets and 2 futures. Some of the more popular items available include: Yield curves at 1-30 years, Key rates (partial), Durations, at 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20 and 30 years, and various bond items, including:
- Accrued Interest, Asset Class, Base Currency, Clean Price, Composite Rating, Corporate Sector Description, Country, Coupon Rate, Currency, Curve Date, Daily Total Return, Description, Dirty Price, Dollar-Value Of 01 (Nominal), Effective Convexity/Duration, Factor, Industry, ISIN, ISO Country Code, Market Value, Maturity Date, Modified Duration, Notional Outstanding, Option-Adjusted Spread, Par Amount, Partial Durations, Pricing Date, Pricing Source, Real Yield, Sector Classification, Security Type, Spread Duration, Ticker, Weight, Average Life, Country Code, Years To Maturity, Yield Curve Margin, Yield to Maturity, etc.