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Why U.S. Bond Yields are Falling - Who is the Culprit?

Why U.S. Bond Yields are Falling - Who is the Culprit?

6 Years ago | June 02, 2014 00:00:00

There has been so much head scratching over the fall in U.S.bond yields that it is surprising that there is any hair left on the scalps of bond traders, economists, analysts and anyione else trading or anayzing the fixed income markets. One of our savvy traders has come up with an explanation for the fall in U.S.ond yields that has confounded the experts and surprised or should I say shocked just about eveyone in the market.

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