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Forget exits, Jeff Gundlach tells CNBC, it's more likely the Fed buys all Treasury bonds in...

Forget exits, Jeff Gundlach tells CNBC, it's more likely the Fed buys all Treasury bonds in existence than it moves to ever sell them. "Longer term, you want to be in 'real business' assets, with the ability to preserve purchasing power," he says, singling out Kraft (KFT) and Campbell Soup (CPB). (previous)
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  • TwistTie
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    How WILL they ever sell them?

     

    Won't they have to sell them at a discount?

     

    If so, what are the implications?

     

    Let me guess.

     

    The discount will be offset by the revenue/interest they receive while holding the bonds.
    19 Sep 2012, 01:57 PM Reply Like
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