Attempting to answer the question of what the world would look like if the 10-year Treasury yield climbed to 4% while short rates remained about zero, Marty Fridson says spreads on high yield (HYG, JNK) and investment-grade (LQD) corporates would widen to levels seen at the time of the Lehman failure. He's quick to point out this is a stagflation scenario, but if the yields rose because of a booming economy, it would be a different result for corporate paper.
Attempting to answer the question of what the world would look like if the 10-year Treasury...
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