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Mohamed A. El-Erian Aug 18
With negative-yielding of $17 trillion, this chart--via on 's 100-year bond--screams very unusual conditions in global fixed income. Issued 2 years ago at a 2.1% yield, its price had doubled: If held to maturity, buyers today recoup 1/2 their investment.
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Dave Reiter 5h
Based on the incredibly bullish price action in the bond market, the global economy is on the verge of a brutal recession. Of course, EVERYBODY is forecasting a recession, which means it probably won't occur.
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JasirJilani.com 5h
We are entering a recession. Great time for real estate buyers
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Zarvbrosvalue 11h
GERMANY SELLS 30-YEAR BOND AT RECORD-LOW YIELD OF -0.11%
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Gene Dove 13h
It's not abt bund scarcity, otherwise asset swaps would tighten
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Daniel Cruz Aug 18
historical chart since 1880 vs 10 year Treasury rate
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Business Line 15h
said its capital raising committee will meet next week to consider raising of capital through issuance of
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Mark Anthony 12h
Bonds - 96 Minute Chart: Price found support at White Line (Mercury Oscillator) and thrust back up (and through) Mid Bollinger Band (Cyan Line). Sustained Trade above Mid BBand creates conditions that "could lead" to a strong move higher.
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ElderPunter 8h
Believe it or not, there are actually reasons to buy negative-yielding debt.
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ET Wealth 18h
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Sebastian Sienkiewicz Aug 20
Bitcoin has decoupled from gold and negative-yielding bonds. Will the cryptocurrency catch up soon ? Chart
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ℹ️ Vodenitcharov CFA CMT Aug 20
You know who was short bonds lately? PIMCO's $130 billion Income Fund! 4-week underperformance (against its benchmark) is at its lowest since Jan 2016 🧐
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Christopher Brecher at BrecherTrading Aug 20
If you don't think inflation and bonds are correlated, check out the relationship this year between copper and long bonds.
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Burak Aug 19
mega uptrend's top band pointing at 153 for another reversal.
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11Graphs Aug 19
Replying to @11Graphs
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Sebastian Sienkiewicz Aug 19
Another indicator showing strong signal. Is it a bear market signal or buying opportunity? via
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ℹ️ Vodenitcharov CFA CMT Aug 19
Inflation? What inflation? US 10Y term premium falls to another weekly record low!
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Ole S Hansen Aug 18
Replying to @Ole_S_Hansen
Real money vs. leverage money investors. The breakdown of the open interest in futures in US
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