One Trader Isn’t Sure You People Know What An Actual ‘Crash’ Looks Like

One Trader Isn’t Sure You People Know What An Actual ‘Crash’ Looks Like

By Kevin Muir of “The Macro Tourist” fame; reposted here with permission Given the reporting regarding the recent action in the Japanese government bond market, you would think that another late 1970s style bond bear market had descended upon Japan. “Biggest plunge since Lehman…” “The 1% Threat in Japan That Has Global Bond Markets On Edge…” “BOJ Policy Change Speculation Roils Markets” The breathless commentary about the large standard deviation move in JGB futures ha
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