Thursday, May 15, 2014

When was the last time treasury yields were this low?

We've had an unprecedented compression in US (and global) government bond yields in a short period of time. Here is one surprising fact: Treasury yields are now at the level they were during the US government shutdown. The level of uncertainty has diminished dramatically since then and the employment picture continues to improve (see Twitter post). Yet here we are again. This time however it's the global chase for yield and expectations of ECB's monetary easing driving rates to new lows.

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