Are We In For A Bond-pocalypse Or Something Much Milder?

Is last week’s 18 basis point selloff in 10 year government bonds the start of a bond bear market or a market adjusting to the realities of the time, albeit in a somewhat disorderly way? The answer to this question has obvious implications for not just bonds, but all asset classes from equities to commodities to real estate. After all, the cost of capital is like a magic number that informs the value of all financial assets. If long-term rates are set to explode higher a-la 1994, then bond and equity investors alike need to be careful . . .


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