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U.S. Documents | 26 February 2018 The Era of Abnormally Low U.S. Long Real Yields is Coming to an End
After many years in which the phrase "twin deficits" was never mentioned, suddenly it is the explanation of choice for the weakening of the dollar and the sudden increase in real Treasury yields since the turn of the year, shortly after the tax cut bill passed Congress.

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26 February 2018 The Era of Abnormally Low U.S. Long Real Yields is Coming to an End

By Ian Shepherdson

After many years in which the phrase "twin deficits" was never mentioned, suddenly it is the explanation of choice for the weakening of the dollar and the sudden increase in real Treasury yields since the turn of the year, shortly after the tax cut bill passed Congress.

Posted: 25th Feb 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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