Nov 15, 2016
The Bond Bubble Is Deflating
The bond market had its worse week since 2013 and it looks like a lot more carnage can come if we really break down. Yields are still low. The yield on the 10-Year Treasuries is just above 2.10 percent and the yield on the 30-Year is now above 2.90 percent. These are still low yields but they are not nearly as low as they were a while back. But what is more important is the momentum in this move and how much higher interest rates would potentially go as this bond bubble deflates.
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