Pantheon Macroeconomics - Along with just about every other commentator and market participant, we have been wondering in recent months how longer Treasuries would react to the Fed
starting to raise rates at the same time the ECB and BoJ are pumping new money into their economies via QE.

U.S. Documents | 07 May. 2015 How Far Will Yields Rise When the Activity Data Turn Higher?
Along with just about every other commentator and market participant, we have been wondering in recent months how longer Treasuries would react to the Fed starting to raise rates at the same time the ECB and BoJ are pumping new money into their economies via QE.

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07 May. 2015 How Far Will Yields Rise When the Activity Data Turn Higher?

By Ian Shepherdson

Along with just about every other commentator and market participant, we have been wondering in recent months how longer Treasuries would react to the Fed starting to raise rates at the same time the ECB and BoJ are pumping new money into their economies via QE.

Posted: 7th May 2015 in 'U.S. Documents'

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