Traditional asset allocation between stocks and bonds is no longer sufficient in a post-pandemic world. This means investors should think twice before buying up Treasurys.
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Already disconnected from the real economy, the U.S. stock market appears to be diverging from the housing sector as well.
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Wall Street’s most trusted recession indicator flashed red again, as investors flocked government bonds amid the coronavirus threat.
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Inverted yield curves are back in the spotlight this week, as investors rush into government bonds amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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The rapid spread of coronavirus and a partially inverted yield curve aren’t enough to spoil the stock market’s relief rally on Tuesday.
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Treasury Yields Hover Near 6-Week Low as Key Indicator Foretells Devastating Stock Market Correction
Treasury yields remain attractive to investors, as the fear of inflated stock prices boosted demand for traditional haven assets.
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Bond yields have declined since the start of the year, as the return of risk-off sentiment fueled demand for government debt.
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U.S. Treasury yields held near six-week highs Wednesday, as investors shrugged off the Democratic witch hunt of President Trump.
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2019 was a record-breaking year for bonds. The asset class has seen new capital flows for 49 straight weeks, the longest stretch since 2001.
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