Credit Suisse says the yield on the 30-year will fall to 2.5% by year-end, wadding up an early...


Credit Suisse says the yield on the 30-year will fall to 2.5% by year-end, wadding up an early prediction the long bond would increase to 3.03%. Analyst Carl Lantz's logic is pretty simple to follow: "Almost the entire supply of bonds will be offset by Fed purchases through June 2012."

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  • Herr Hansa
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    This seems to make a very good argument to be invested in stocks that pay more than 2.50% dividends.
    22 Sep 2011, 04:55 PM Reply Like
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