Wednesday, May 06, 2015

Is the bond bubble finally bursting?

Bloomberg: Bonds Extend Global Rout as Stocks Drop With Dollar; Oil Climbs

Britain’s headline borrowing costs have hit their highest level of 2015. UK 10-year gilt yields are now at 2%. Yields on 10-year German bunds have risen for a seventh day. Is the bond boil about to be lanced - or will they fire up the printing presses once again?

Posted by countingthedays @ 09:32 AM (2132 views)
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1. khards said...

Nothing to see here, money will be magicked up to keep bond yields low. Government's can't afford not to, neither can tax payers.
Of course it will all end in hyper inflationary tears.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 02:39PM Report Comment
 

2. debtserf said...

Incipient sign of rising inflation - or something else going on? Have e reached an inlexion point in this perverse manipulation game?

But, but...I ought rates would go negative, and lenders would pay us to borrow money?

Thursday, May 7, 2015 10:02AM Report Comment
 

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