Angela Merkel’s Germany Faces Problem of a Domestic Bond BubbleVW Staff
As bonds continue to yield historically low levels of return many are driven to wonder if there is in fact a distortion in the bond market driven by fears of a collapse in the equity markets. The ongoing struggles of the European Union, coupled with the United States' debt burden and the possibility of a contraction in China have driven investors toward bonds as a safe investment alternative.
The severe lows in yields of those bonds considered safe, most notably German and US bonds, appears to many to be lower than it should be, even in straitened circumstance. Some . . .
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