Long-term Treasury yields march to new 2012 highs as retail sales (ex-auto) beat expectations...


Long-term Treasury yields march to new 2012 highs as retail sales (ex-auto) beat expectations and money continues to flow into equities. The 10-year and 30-year are both 5 bps higher to 2.08% and 3.22% respectively. The popular ultra-short Treasury ETF (TBT) - known in past years for its relentless slide lower - is +8.5% YTD.

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  • AlbyVA
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    The TBT is gonna make me rich. All hail the bond market selloff.. Burst that bubble...
    13 Mar 2012, 11:30 AM Reply Like
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