Thursday, September 5, 2013

Highest since Aug 2011

10 yr Gilt Yields, touch above 3%.

Did Osborne pick the bottom of the bond market by ploughing tax payer money into mortgages, just like how Brown picked the low in the gold market in the yr 2000 by selling Britain's reserves? If rates keep rising on long yielding bonds, mortgage rates will rise. However, is capital flight from Continental Europe plus, the "recovery" sufficient to keep house prices rising or stable as rates slowly go upwards? Also, is this a turn in the 30yr fall in rates or will it turn back down towards negative rates? These are the questions, the answer to which reveal where house prices are heading

Posted by libertas @ 10:35 PM (1061 views)
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