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Why U.S. Bond Yields are Falling - Who is the Culprit? (Part Two)

Why U.S. Bond Yields are Falling - Who is the Culprit? (Part Two)

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

In Part One of this two page article, it was revealed who may be behind the fall in U.S. bond yields. In Part Two, the COT report is discussed, and how it can be used to explain the strength in U.S. treasury bonds. This comes in a market where just about everyone is searching for what may be behind the fall in U.S. bond yields this year, which has confounded a near unamimous consensus forecast for higher yields. This article looks to bring some clarity to the picture.

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