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Why Subadra Rajappa Sees US Treasury Yields Falling To 1.2%

... and the Fed delivering 100bp of easing in the first half of 2020.

... and the Fed delivering 100bp of easing in the first half of 2020.
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1 comment on “Why Subadra Rajappa Sees US Treasury Yields Falling To 1.2%

  1. “If the Fed cuts rates at any point next year outside of a serious deceleration in the economy, Democrats will charge that the central bank is bowing to Trump. If, on the other hand, the economy overheats (as the November jobs report suggests it might, the still-coolish wage inflation numbers notwithstanding) and the Fed hikes, Republicans and the White House will insist that the Fed is conspiring against the president.”

    Given today’s divisive, highly charged partisan political environment, I’d hate to be on that board. Every day I’d feel like I was nothing more than a ping-pong ball.

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