Category Archives: US Treasury Bonds

The New Abnormal

It’s remarkable how pervasive ‘New Normal’ thinking still is, despite innumerable economic and financial market shocks. Forecasters continue to assume that the global economy will gravitate towards low but stable growth, regulators still aim to deliver a more stable financial … Continue reading

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Warped World of Bonds – The Story Continues

A new ING presentation fleshes out and updates the argument set out in the previous ‘Warped World’ report (see below): Forecasters are struggling to cope with heightened political and policy risk (the recent reaction to the ECB’s rhetorical flourishes being … Continue reading

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