Capital Econ: Treasuries remain vulnerable to a recalibration of rate expectationsMark Melin
Bond traders and economists are expressing noticeably varying opinions regarding the expected longer term implications of a Federal Reserve rate hike, an October 14 Capital Economics report notes, and this relative value gap is a sign “Treasuries are vulnerable.”
Judging by Treasuries, economists looking for fed funds rate to rise by 2 percent in two years, market says 1.3 percent
Coming into today’s trading, economists polled by the Wall Street Journal expect . . .
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