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Treasury prices continue to rally, the 10-year note yield off another 2 bps to 1.91%, the lowest...

Treasury prices continue to rally, the 10-year note yield off another 2 bps to 1.91%, the lowest level in nearly 3 months. Equity and Treasury prices have faithfully moved inversely to each other over past years, but the move higher in stocks since last fall has not led to a sell-off in government paper. Operation Twist in action?
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  • Jon S.
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    How low will the 10-year note yield go? Just a hunch but I can see it going to 1.75% or so, in the next 4-6 weeks. Too much of a drop?
    30 Apr 2012, 10:41 AM Reply Like
  • CharlesStevens
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    The Fed is doing everything it can to keep these rates low until the election & everyone is behind cover when the bond bubble pops. #academicissues
    30 Apr 2012, 11:03 AM Reply Like
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