Treasury yields may rise after QEII ends, but not because the Fed has concluded its massive...

|By:, SA News Editor

Treasury yields may rise after QEII ends, but not because the Fed has concluded its massive purchases. Instead, current weak economic data almost assures a bounce in July, with yields likely to follow. Still, with fund managers able to finance a bond portfolio at 0.25%, any rise in long term yields will be modest.