Inflationary bonds are betting on the temporary pool

The proof, according to Shilling, will be a continuation of the 41-year-old bull market in bonds, where the standard 30-year yield fell to 2% from 14.6%, with Treasuries outperforming the S&P 500 Index. on the basis of total profit. . “This bond rally will likely continue to bring yields back to 2020 pandemic lows of 1.0%,” Shilling wrote. Yields on the benchmark 10-year Treasury, a measure of confidence in the Fed, are 0.7 percentage points lower than in 2017, the last time the unemployment rate fell to 4.6%. Inflationary bonds are betting on the temporary pool


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