Friday, Nov 06, 2009

Long yields are creeping up

FT: Short View: Yield curves

Concise article on how QE is holding down long gilts, but worries on inflation and smaller than expected increase to QE is pushing them up. More expensive mortgages down the track.

Posted by letthemfall @ 09:43 AM (538 views)
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1. fallingbuzzard said...

I think yesterday's announcement signified the end of QE during the current government. Real borrowing rates are going to move significantly higher, way beyond the expectations of the general public, whilst taxes and prices do the same. I do wonder who the public will end up blaming.

Friday, November 6, 2009 04:11PM Report Comment
 

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