$1 Trillion+ Surge In Negative Debt Pile Is Fillip For Yellow Paperweights, Digital Chuck E. Cheese Tokens

$1 Trillion+ Surge In Negative Debt Pile Is Fillip For Yellow Paperweights, Digital Chuck E. Cheese Tokens

With 10-year US yields down to 1.60% and bund yields back to negative 38bps, bonds have thrown in the towel on Q4's reflation optimism. There's a sense in which that doesn't feel "fair" - after all, the data hasn't been bad, and nothing has really "changed" from November/December to January in terms of the catalysts that underpinned the pro-cyclical rotation trade. The problem so far in 2020 is that two left-field events (the assassination of Iran's most revered general and, now, a burgeoning
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3 thoughts on “$1 Trillion+ Surge In Negative Debt Pile Is Fillip For Yellow Paperweights, Digital Chuck E. Cheese Tokens

  1. Here is the issue. Lets assume corona virus is not a disaster but does put some dent in chinese growth. Between trade wars, dent from corona virus, impeachment, brexit, and to top it off the slowing of economic growth after the tax stimulus wears off, what are bond yields supposed to do? Well if that is correct yields are supposed to drop, and the yield curve is supposed to steepen.

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