Ellington Financial LLC Reports Third Quarter 2012 Results

OLD GREENWICH, Ct., Nov. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Ellington Financial LLC (NYSE: EFC) (the "Company") today reported financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2012.

Highlights

  • Net increase in shareholders' equity resulting from operations ("net income") for the third quarter was $29.5 million or $1.59 per basic and diluted share. The Company's results were principally driven by a strong contribution from its non-Agency strategy, but also augmented by solid results from its Agency strategy. For the nine months ended September 30, 2012, net income was $72.4 million and represented an annualized return on equity of 23.5%.
  • Book value per share as of September 30, 2012 was $23.88 on a diluted basis after payment of a $0.70 per share second quarter dividend on September 17, 2012, as compared to book value per share of $23.47 on a diluted basis as of June 30, 2012.
  • The Company's non-Agency MBS strategy generated income of $37.2 million for the quarter ended September 30, 2012. Performance was driven by yield earned on invested assets, as well as realized and unrealized gains.
  • The Company's Agency RMBS strategy also performed well, generating $5.1 million in income during the quarter, and continued to be centered around the Company's ability to identify, invest in and actively trade pools with specific prepayment-protection characteristics.
  • During the quarter, the Company completed a public offering of 4.025 million shares of common stock, raising net proceeds of $87.8 million.
  • The Company announced a dividend for the third quarter of 2012 of $0.70 per share payable on December 17, 2012 to shareholders of record on November 30, 2012.

Third Quarter 2012 Results

For the quarter ended September 30, 2012, the Company recognized net income of $29.5 million, or $1.59 per diluted share. This compares to net income of $10.8 million, or $0.64 per diluted share, for the quarter ended June 30, 2012. The Company's results reflected positive contributions from both of its current strategies—non-Agency MBS as well as Agency RMBS.

The Company's non-Agency MBS strategy generated income in the amount of $37.2 million for the quarter, or $2.01 per diluted share. In the third quarter, the market for non-Agency MBS rallied significantly. As home prices continue to stabilize (and are even trending higher in many regions), and as mortgage default rates continue to decline, investor demand for non-Agency RMBS has continued to increase. Meanwhile, alternatives for higher yielding investments in those other fixed income sectors where investors typically search for higher yields, such as Agency RMBS and investment grade corporate bonds, have become more limited, thereby further increasing the demand for non-Agency MBS. With interest rates currently at historically low levels, many financial institutions (such as pension funds and insurance companies) are finding that they will be unable to fund their long term liabilities without increasing their allocations to higher-yielding asset classes; we believe that this state of affairs will continue to provide support for the non-Agency MBS sector. In addition, where there had formerly been great concerns that U.S. banks would eventually have to sell much of their non-Agency MBS holdings as Basel III bank capital rules became fully phased in, the release earlier this year of the Simplified Supervisory Formula Approach (SSFA), which changed the method of calculating capital charges for securitization exposures, has reduced the likelihood of future forced selling of non-Agency MBS by banks.

The Company's income during the quarter from its non-Agency MBS strategy consisted primarily of interest income and realized and unrealized gains on long non-Agency MBS. Results for the quarter and nine months benefited directly from the Company's decision, beginning in 2011, to rotate out of higher-priced non-Agency RMBS, and into middle-dollar price non-Agency RMBS that it believed had more upside, and to reduce its credit hedges significantly. However, following the significant non-Agency RMBS rally, the Company has taken advantage of the opportunity to rotate out of certain of its lower-priced 2006/2007 vintage subprime assets that it now believes have become fully valued, and into other non-Agency MBS assets whose prices have lagged in comparison during the recent rally. Given that all non-Agency RMBS assets have rallied substantially, security selection should become an even more important factor in portfolio management, and the Company believes that its analytical approach to security selection will help generate superior returns in this environment. The Company also increased its holdings of CMBS in light of the attractive opportunities in that market.

For the quarter ended September 30, 2012, interest income was positively impacted by the Company's upward adjustment of its future housing price assumptions, which are used in the determination of the yields at which the Company accrues interest income on its investments. While this adjustment in assumptions increased the effective yields at which the Company accrued interest income on many of its investments during the quarter, total net income was not affected since all of the Company's investments are marked to market through net income. On a more detailed level, to the extent that an increase in book yields causes an incremental increase in interest income during a reporting period for any investment, the amortized cost of such investment at the end of such reporting period is incrementally increased by the same amount, which, as a result of the mark-to-market process, leads to an exactly offsetting incremental decrease in the change in net unrealized gain (loss) on such investment.

The Company's Agency RMBS strategy had its third consecutive strong quarter, generating $5.1 million in income consisting primarily of interest income and realized and unrealized gains on long Agency RMBS. Total interest income and realized and unrealized gains for long Agency RMBS for the quarter ended September 30, 2012 was $12.2 million. Opportunistic trading of assets within this portfolio has and continues to be a key contributor of returns in this strategy. Income was partially offset by hedging costs of $6.6 million, including net short positions in TBAs, interest rate swaps and U.S. Treasuries. TBAs are used to hedge the long Agency RMBS portfolio against prepayment and interest rate risk, while interest rate swaps and U.S. Treasuries are used to hedge against interest rate risk.

Over the course of the last several quarters, the Company has employed a strategy whereby it identifies and invests in pools with prepayment-protection characteristics (which we refer to as "prepayment-protected" pools), such as those comprised of low loan balance mortgages, those containing mortgages not eligible for one of the government-sponsored refinancing programs, and those containing mortgages with other prepayment-protection characteristics. The Company's prepayment-protected pools have continued to experience favorable prepayment rates, and in particular, have prepaid much more slowly than their generic pool counterparts. However, current prepayment risk in the market remains elevated. The Fed's announcement on September 13, 2012 of its intent to purchase $40 billion of Agency RMBS a month for an indefinite period drove Agency MBS prices to all-time highs. This move by the Fed is directly intended to lower mortgage rates and spur refinancing activity, and reinforces the importance of the Company's strategy to invest in prepayment-protected pools and to maintain short positions, through the TBA market, in generic pools that are most vulnerable to increased prepayments. While the Fed's action has contributed to a decline in yields on purchased Agency RMBS, the effect of higher generic pool prepayment rates are reflected in lowered costs to roll the Company's TBA short positions. At the time of the Fed announcement, the majority of the Company's long portfolio was invested in higher coupon prepayment-protected pools. These pools, which exhibit materially slower prepayment speeds than their generic pool counterparts, continue to earn high positive carry compared to the cost of their associated TBA hedge.

One gauge that the Company uses to measure its overall prepayment risk is the Company's net Agency premium as a percentage of its long Agency RMBS holdings. Net Agency premium represents the total premium (excess of market value over outstanding principal balance) on long Agency RMBS holdings less the total premium on net short (TBA) Agency RMBS positions. The lower its net Agency premium, the less the Company believes it is exposed to market-wide increases in Agency RMBS prepayments. As of September 30, 2012, net Agency premium as a percentage of fair value on long Agency RMBS holdings was approximately 3%. Excluding its TBA hedging positions, the Company's Agency premium as a percentage of fair value is approximately 8%.

The Company prepares its financial statements in accordance with ASC 946, Financial Services—Investment Companies. As a result, investments are carried at fair value and all valuation changes are recorded in the Consolidated Statement of Operations.

The Company also measures its performance through net-asset-value-based total return. Net-asset-value-based total return measures the change in the Company's book value per share, and assumes the reinvestment of dividends at book value per share. For the quarter ended September 30, 2012, net-asset-value-based total return was 4.25%. For the nine months ended September 30, 2012, net asset-value-based total return was 16.31%. Net-asset-value-based total return from inception of the Company (August 17, 2007) through September 30, 2012 was 84.92%.

"We are very pleased to report our third quarter and nine month financial results for the Company," said Laurence Penn, Chief Executive Officer and President of the Company. "The third quarter was gratifying for two reasons. First and most importantly, our results for the quarter were quite strong and were driven by significant contributions from both of our core strategies: non-Agency MBS and Agency RMBS. Our non-annualized return on equity was 6.6% for the quarter and 17.6% for the nine months ended September 30, 2012. Our non-Agency MBS results, while clearly benefitting from the overall rally that occurred in the sector, also validated our previous decision to rotate the portfolio into lower-priced securities that we thought had become undervalued. Re-assessing the non-Agency RMBS market following this rally, we have taken the opportunity to partially rotate out of certain of those same sectors that we had previously rotated into. The performance of our Agency RMBS strategy demonstrates that we have continued to succeed in identifying pools with undervalued prepayment-protection characteristics. Now that the Federal Reserve has embarked on a third round of quantitative easing, our ability to execute this strategy has become even more important, as is our ability to hedge the portfolio against prepayment risk with TBAs. Our Agency strategy continues to deliver outsized returns for us, particularly in relation to the relatively small amount of our capital that it utilizes."

"We were also extremely pleased to have successfully completed our first share offering following our October 2010 initial public offering. With this offering, which resulted in net proceeds to the Company of $87.8 million, we have increased the liquidity of our shares, increased the size of our company and lowered our expense ratio."

The following table summarizes the Company's operating results for the quarters ended September 30, 2012 and June 30, 2012 and for the nine month period ended September 30, 2012: 

 


 Quarter 


 % of Average  


 Quarter 


 % of Average  


 Nine Month 


 % of Average  


 Ended 

Per

 Shareholders' 


 Ended 

Per

 Shareholders' 


 Period Ended 

Per

 Shareholders' 


9/30/2012

Share

 Equity 


6/30/2012

Share

 Equity 


9/30/2012

Share

 Equity 

(In thousands, except per share amounts)












Non-Agency MBS and Commercial mortgage loans:












  Interest income

$   11,270

$  0.61

2.54%


$     9,491

$  0.56

2.40%


$       30,326

$  1.74

7.39%

  Net realized gain

8,345

0.45

1.88%


813

0.05

0.21%


15,703

0.90

3.83%

  Net change in net unrealized gain

23,648

1.27

5.32%


7,210

0.43

1.82%


50,290

2.89

12.26%

  Net interest rate hedges

(1,195)

(0.06)

-0.27%


(2,726)

(0.16)

-0.69%


(3,787)

(0.22)

-0.92%

  Net credit hedges

(3,499)

(0.19)

-0.79%


(603)

(0.04)

-0.15%


(9,925)

(0.57)

-2.42%

  Interest expense

(1,357)

(0.07)

-0.31%


(1,253)

(0.07)

-0.32%


(3,789)

(0.22)

-0.92%

Total non-Agency MBS and Commercial mortgage loans

profit

37,212

2.01

8.37%


12,932

0.77

3.27%


78,818

4.52

19.22%













Agency RMBS:












  Interest income

4,126

0.22

0.93%


6,538

0.39

1.65%


16,746

0.96

4.08%

  Net realized gain

4,992

0.27

1.12%


5,163

0.31

1.30%


16,970

0.97

4.14%

  Net change in net unrealized gain

3,102

0.17

0.70%


3,878

0.23

0.98%


3,055

0.18

0.74%

  Net interest rate hedges(1)

(6,617)

(0.36)

-1.49%


(11,841)

(0.71)

-2.99%


(20,524)

(1.18)

-5.00%

  Interest expense

(517)

(0.03)

-0.12%


(660)

(0.04)

-0.17%


(1,749)

(0.10)

-0.43%

Total Agency RMBS profit

5,086

0.27

1.14%


3,078

0.18

0.77%


14,498

0.83

3.53%













Total non-Agency and Agency MBS and Commercial

mortgage loans profit

42,298

2.28

9.51%


16,010

0.95

4.04%


93,316

5.35

22.75%













Other interest expense, net

(3)

-

0.00%


(11)

-

0.00%


(26)

-

-0.01%

Other expenses (excluding incentive fee)

(3,267)

(0.18)

-0.74%


(2,919)

(0.17)

-0.74%


(9,127)

(0.52)

-2.23%

Net increase in shareholders' equity












resulting from operations (before incentive fee)

39,028

2.10

8.77%


13,080

0.78

3.30%


84,163

4.83

20.51%













Incentive fee

(9,491)

(0.51)

-2.14%


(2,312)

(0.14)

-0.58%


(11,803)

(0.68)

-2.88%

Net increase in shareholders' equity












resulting from operations

$   29,537

$  1.59

6.63%


$   10,768

$  0.64

2.72%


$       72,360

$  4.15

17.63%













Weighted average shares & LTIP units outstanding

18,553




16,838




17,414



Average shareholders' equity(2)

$ 444,220




$ 396,118




$     410,197



(1) Includes TBAs and U.S. Treasuries.
(2)Average shareholders' equity is calculated using month end values.

Portfolio

The following tables summarize the Company's portfolio holdings as of September 30, 2012 and June 30, 2012:

Bond Portfolio  




September 30, 2012


June 30, 2012

(In thousands)

Current

Principal

Fair Value

Average

Price(1)

Cost

Average

Cost(1)


Current

Principal

Fair Value

Average

Price(1)

Cost

Average

Cost(1)















Non-Agency RMBS(2)

$     760,325

$     454,549

$   59.78

$     432,370

$   56.87


$     683,528

$     384,082

$   56.19

$     385,927

$   56.46

Non-Agency CMBS and Commercial Mortgage

Loans

69,146

53,846

77.87

56,038

81.04


43,345

33,055

76.26

34,934

80.59


Total Non-Agency MBS and Commercial

Mortgage Loans

829,471

508,395

61.29

488,408

58.88


726,873

417,137

57.39

420,861

57.90

Agency RMBS: (3)














Floating                                                   

19,285

20,417

105.87

19,794

102.64


21,458

22,710

105.84

22,126

103.11



Fixed

548,437

595,906

108.66

582,331

106.18


579,363

622,967

107.53

612,769

105.77


Total Agency RMBS

567,722

616,323

108.56

602,125

106.06


600,821

645,677

107.47

634,895

105.67

Total Non-Agency and Agency MBS and

Commercial Mortgage Loans

$  1,397,193

$  1,124,718

$   80.50

$  1,090,533

$   78.05


$  1,327,694

$  1,062,814

$   80.05

$  1,055,756

$   79.52















Agency Interest Only RMBS

 n/a 

$         3,827

 n/a 

$         6,585

 n/a 


 n/a 

$         4,667

 n/a 

$         7,110

 n/a 

Non-Agency Interest Only and Principal Only

RMBS and Other

 n/a 

$         3,376

 n/a 

$         3,460

 n/a 


 n/a 

$            977

 n/a 

$         1,049

 n/a 















TBAs:














Long

$       31,550

$       33,723

$ 106.89

$       33,413

$ 105.90


$       54,550

$       57,739

$ 105.85

$       57,577

$ 105.55



Short

(410,989)

(443,191)

107.84

(441,970)

107.54


(427,900)

(458,028)

107.04

(457,115)

106.83


Net Short TBAs

$   (379,439)

$    (409,468)

$ 107.91

$    (408,557)

$ 107.67


$   (373,350)

$    (400,289)

$ 107.22

$    (399,538)

$ 107.01















U.S. Treasury Securities:














Long

$               -

$               -

$         -

$               -

$         -


$         5,000

$         5,045

$ 100.90

$         5,049

$ 100.97



Short

(13,000)

(13,633)

104.87

(13,087)

100.67


(36,000)

(36,496)

101.38

(36,015)

100.04


Net Short U.S. Treasury Securities

$     (13,000)

$      (13,633)

$ 104.87

$      (13,087)

$ 100.67


$     (31,000)

$      (31,451)

$ 101.45

$      (30,966)

$   99.89















Repurchase Agreements

$       13,780

$       13,780

$ 100.00

$       13,780

$ 100.00


$       36,748

$       36,748

$ 100.00

$       36,748

$ 100.00















Total Net Investments


$     722,600


$     692,714




$     673,466


$     670,159


(1) Represents the dollar amount, per $100 of current principal of the price or cost for the security.
(2) Excludes Interest Only, Principal Only and similar securities.
(3) Excludes Interest Only securities and TBAs.

Non-Agency RMBS and CMBS are generally securitized in senior/subordinated structures, or in excess spread/over-collateralization structures. Disregarding TBAs, Agency RMBS consist primarily of whole-pool pass through certificates.

The Company actively invests in the TBA market. TBAs are forward-settling Agency RMBS where the mortgage pass-through certificates to be delivered are "To-Be Announced." Given that the Company uses TBAs primarily to hedge risks associated with its long Agency RMBS (and to a lesser extent long non-Agency MBS), the Company generally carries a net short TBA position.

Derivatives Portfolio 


September 30, 2012


June 30, 2012


Notional

Value

Fair Value


Notional

Value

Fair Value

(In thousands)






  Net Long Mortgage Related:(1)(2)






     CDS on RMBS and CMBS Indices

$        31,820

$      (13,290)


$        51,448

$      (17,646)

   Total Net Long Mortgage Related Derivatives

31,820

(13,290)


51,448

(17,646)







  Net Short Mortgage Related:(2) (3)






     CDS on RMBS and CMBS Indices

(93,862)

22,727


(94,468)

30,020

     CDS on Individual RMBS

(39,178)

31,460


(46,828)

38,759

   Total Net Short Mortgage Related Derivatives

(133,040)

54,187


(141,296)

68,779

Net Mortgage Related Derivatives

(101,220)

40,897


(89,848)

51,133







   Short CDS on Corporate Bond Indices

(58,250)

(276)


(58,250)

316

   Short Total Return Swaps on Corporate Equities (4)

(22,093)

257


(22,304)

(253)







Interest Rate Derivatives:






     Net Interest Rate Swaps(2)

(235,400)

(1,614)


(248,100)

(5,518)

     Eurodollar Futures (5)

(84,000)

(87)


(105,000)

(54)

   Total Net Interest Rate Derivatives

(319,400)

(1,701)


(353,100)

(5,572)







Total Net Derivatives

$    (500,963)

$        39,177


$    (523,502)

$        45,624

(1) Long mortgage-related derivatives represent transactions where the Company sold credit protection to a counterparty.
(2) In the table above, CDS transactions involving the same underlying security but with different counterparties are shown on a net basis. Additionally, long and short interest rate swaps are shown net. The accompanying financial statements separate derivative transactions as either assets or liabilities. As of September 30, 2012, derivative assets and derivative liabilities were $59.3 million and $20.2 million, respectively, for a net fair value of $39.2 million, as reflected in "Total Net Derivatives" above. As of June 30, 2012, derivative assets and derivative liabilities were $74.3 million and $28.7 million, respectively, for a net fair value of $45.6 million, as reflected in "Total Net Derivatives" above.
(3)
Short mortgage-related derivatives represent transactions where the Company purchased credit protection from a counterparty.
(4) Notional value represents number of underlying shares or par value times the closing price of the underlying security.
(5) Every $1 million in notional value represents one contract.

The Company's short positions in RMBS and CMBS indices remained concentrated in MBS vintage years 2006 and 2007 and short total return swaps on corporate equities are principally short equity positions in certain publicly traded, commercial property REITs.

The following table summarizes, as of September 30, 2012, the estimated effects on the value of our portfolio, both overall and by category, of hypothetical, immediate 50 basis point downward and upward parallel shifts in interest rates. 


Estimated Change in Value(1)

(In thousands)

50 Basis Point Decline in

Interest Rates


50 Basis Point Increase in

Interest Rates

Agency ARM Pools

$                                           24


$                                          (36)

Agency Fixed Pools and IOs

4,956


(8,389)

TBAs

(2,145)


4,938

Non-Agency RMBS, CMBS and Commercial Mortgage Loans

6,397


(6,088)

Interest Rate Swaps

(6,062)


5,833

U.S. Treasury Securities

(246)


241

Eurodollar Futures

(104)


104

Mortgage-Related Derivatives

(626)


415

Repurchase Agreements and Reverse Repurchase Agreements

(369)


439


$                                      1,825


$                                     (2,543)

(1)  Based on the market environment as of September 30, 2012. The preceding analysis does not include sensitivities to changes in interest rates for our derivatives on corporate securities (whether debt or equity-related), or other categories of instruments for which we believe that the effect of a change in interest rates is not material to the value of the overall portfolio and/or cannot be accurately estimated. Results are based on forward-looking models, which are inherently imperfect, and incorporate various simplifying assumptions. Therefore, the table above is for illustrative purposes only and actual changes in interest rates would likely cause changes in the actual value of our portfolio that would differ from those presented above and such differences might be significant and adverse.

Borrowed Funds and Liquidity(1)

By Collateral Type 



As of September

30, 2012


For the Quarter Ended
September 30, 2012


As of June 30,

2012


For the Quarter Ended
June 30, 2012

Collateral for Borrowing


Outstanding

Borrowings


Average Borrowings

for the Quarter

Ended

Average Cost

of Funds


Outstanding

Borrowings


Average Borrowings

for the Quarter

Ended

Average Cost

of Funds

(In thousands)











Non-Agency RMBS, CMBS and

Other


$             259,048


$                 247,859

2.16%


$             238,469


$                 227,071

2.18%

Agency RMBS


401,885


489,511

0.42%


644,853


716,492

0.37%

  Total


$             660,933


$                 737,370

1.01%


$             883,322


$                 943,563

0.80%












Leverage Ratio (2)


1.33:1





2.24:1




(1) Borrowed amounts exclude $1.4 million in securitized debt, as of September 30, 2012 and June 30, 2012, representing long term financing for the related asset.
(2) The leverage ratio does not account for liabilities other than debt financings. The Company's debt financings consist solely of reverse repurchase agreements ("reverse repos") and a securitized debt financing in the amount of $1.4 million as of September 30, 2012 and June 30, 2012.

The increase in the Company's average cost of funds for the quarter ended September 30, 2012 to 1.01% from 0.80% for the quarter ended June 30, 2012 is due to the higher percentage of the Company's borrowings related to its non-Agency securities over the period as compared to the three month period ended June 30, 2012. There were three main factors contributing to the decline in the Company's leverage ratio as of September 30, 2012 as compared to June 30, 2012: (1) the third quarter public offering increased the Company's capital base; (2) approximately one half of the net proceeds related to the offering were deployed in the Company's lower leverage non-Agency strategy while the remaining half was used, pending deployment in targeted investments, to pay down reverse repos; and (3) there was a large volume of Agency pool sales (some of which occurred on a trade date basis during the second quarter) that settled during the third quarter, and much of the proceeds from these sales were used to pay down reverse repos.

By Remaining Maturity (1)(2) 

(In thousands)









As of  September 30, 2012


As of  June 30, 2012

Remaining Maturity (3)


Outstanding

Borrowings

% of
Borrowings


Outstanding

Borrowings

% of
Borrowings








30 Days or Less


$             138,918

21.0%


$             479,624

54.3%

31-60 Days


191,791

29.0%


144,577

16.4%

61-90 Days


192,549

29.1%


187,244

21.2%

91-120 Days


63,421

9.6%


-

0.0%

121-150 Days


-

0.0%


-

0.0%

151-180 Days


74,254

11.3%


71,877

8.1%

181-360 Days


-

0.0%


-

0.0%



$             660,933

100.0%


$             883,322

100.0%

(1) Borrowed amounts exclude $1.4 million in securitized debt as of September 30, 2012 and June 30, 2012, representing long term financing for the related asset.
(2) Reverse repos involving underlying investments that the Company had sold prior to the applicable period end for settlement following the applicable period end, are shown using their original maturity dates even though such reverse repos may be expected to be terminated early upon settlement of the sale of the underlying investment. Not included are any reverse repos that the Company may have entered into prior to the applicable period end for which delivery of the borrowed funds is not scheduled until after the applicable period end.
(3) Remaining maturity for a reverse repo is based on the contractual maturity date in effect as of the applicable period end. Some reverse repos have floating interest rates, which may reset before maturity.

The vast majority of the Company's borrowed funds are in the form of reverse repos. Aside from borrowings under reverse repos, as of September 30, 2012 and June 30, 2012, the Company also had securitized debt outstanding in the amount of $1.4 million. The weighted average remaining term on the Company's reverse repos as of September 30, 2012 and June 30, 2012 was 68 and 45 days, respectively. The increase in average maturity was caused by the Company's decision to lock in borrowing costs over the upcoming year-end for a portion of its reverse repo borrowings related to Agency RMBS. The Company's borrowings outstanding under reverse repos were with a total of 11 counterparties as of September 30, 2012. As of September 30, 2012, the Company had liquid assets in the form of cash in the amount of $69.2 million. In addition, at September 30, 2012, the Company held investments in unencumbered Agency pools on a settlement date basis in the amount of $133.6 million.

Hedging Summary

The following table summarizes the components of the Company's hedging results for the quarter ended September 30, 2012 and June 30, 2012:

(In thousands)

Quarter Ended September 30, 2012


Quarter Ended June 30, 2012

Hedges:

 Net Interest

Expense 

Realized

Gain (Loss)

Unrealized

Gain (Loss)

Total


 Net Interest

Expense 

Realized

Gain (Loss)

Unrealized

Gain (Loss)

Total

Interest Rate Swaps

$         (497)

$      (5,423)

$        3,616

$      (2,304)


$         (688)

$        (4,607)

$             289

$        (5,006)

Eurodollar Futures

-

(15)

(33)

(48)


-

(9)

(2)

(11)

Net TBA's Held Short

-

(5,163)

(162)

(5,325)


-

(8,696)

(691)

(9,387)

Net U.S. Treasuries Held Short

(29)

(44)

(62)

(135)


(52)

(14)

(97)

(163)