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Spread Bets can be used to

speculate on UK interest rates

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Interest rates can be traded via the short-end contracts such as Short Sterling (UK) or Euribor (European) - More information on the this page.
I have traded them in the past and noticed the UK Short Sterling contract, when looking 9-12 months in the future, was often priced incorrectly. The market always tends to be either too optimistic or too pessimistic, ie forecasting that rates will either be a lot higher or lower than they actually turn out to be

Therefore money can often be made by going against the current market opinion. But as these markets generally move slowly you must be patient and be prepared to hold a position for many weeks or months.

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