Another holiday present from Goldman Sachs:

Source: Goldman Sachs, “Top of Mind”, December 18, 2013.

Category: Economy, Fixed Income/Interest Rates, Markets

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3 Responses to “A (Somewhat) Bursting Bond Bubble”

  1. Bob K. says:

    Do you buy the bond market bubble bursting?

  2. rd says:

    The other 10-yr interest rate bottom below 2% in 1945 also occurred at a time with very high federal debt/GDP ratio and a world in the midst of massive political, economic, and financial change. It will be interesting to see what the next 30 years brings. Hopefully, we will figure out how to skip the nuclear war crises and the 1970s inflation.

  3. slowkarma says:

    So…when do we get back to 6%?