The bull market in bonds still has legs

The bull market in bonds still has legs

BY James Rickards POSTED October 12, 2018

Is the thirty-seven year bull market in US Treasury notes dead? Yields to maturity on 10-year US Treasury notes are now at their highest level since April 2011. The current yield to maturity is 3.21%, a significant rise from 1.387%, which the market touched on July 7, 2016 in the immediate aftermath of Brexit and a flight to quality in US dollars and US Treasury notes.

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OPEC couldn’t stop this rally even if it wanted to

OPEC couldn’t stop this rally even if it wanted to

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Feel that? That’s me flicking your ear. Time to pay attention!

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