Bond Market Sell-off Is Part of Larger Ten Year TrendMark Melin
The pace of the bond market selloff has been strong enough to give yield curve traders whiplash. Coming into July government bonds were on track for their largest gains since 1986, Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Chief Investment Strategist Tom Hartnett noted in a December 1 report. The move in interest rates is skewing his investment recommendations, but investors should also consider risk triggers that might emerge.
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