Who Is Leading The Bond Rally? The usual Suspects, Of CourseMark Melin
When the Ten Year US Treasury Note reversed course in March from near 2.62%, dropping to near 2.14% on June 6, analysts observed this with keen interest. The bond market decoupled from the stock market, the question of who was right – bond or stock market participants? More recently, when the yield dropped from near 2.42% on May 9, shedding 20 basis points, what was the cause? Sharp price adjustments over a short period of time . . .
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