T-Bonds Get T-Boned | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

T-Bonds Get T-Boned

The rise in long-term treasury rates (the increased interest the government has to pay investors to entice them into buying them) is driving up mortgage rates, and will have many detrimental effects on the economy.

So it is important to figure out whether the increase in long-term treasury rates is temporary or longer-term.

Of course, everyone knows that China - the biggest purchaser of Treasury bonds - has shifted from long-term treasuries and into short-term T-bills of 3 years or less.

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