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One Man’s Opinion: Foreigners are Dumping US Treasurys as Never Before

By Wolf Richter All kinds of things are now happening in the world of bonds that haven’t happened before. For example, authorities in China today halted trading for the first time ever in futures contracts of government bonds, after prices … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Does US And European Corporate Credit Still Look Attractive?

10-year US Treasury yields have remained range-bound since June last year and the trading range has been very clear, varying between 2.5 and 3 percent, suggesting borrowing is back, said Anthony Crescenzi, a portfolio manager at PIMCO. The US economic … Continue reading

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