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It's called the widow-maker trade for the generation of hot-shot macro traders who've shorted...

It's called the widow-maker trade for the generation of hot-shot macro traders who've shorted Japanese bonds - yielding less than 3%, then less than 2%, then less than 1% - only to be carried out on a stretcher. But the election of inflationist Shinzo Abe has something stirring. JGB yields are up sharply (relatively speaking) in the last 2 weeks, the 10-year rising 7 bps to 0.77%.
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  • EARLPEARL
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    nevermind....yeilds back down
    20 Dec 2012, 06:53 PM Reply Like
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