A look at key bond trends, and how to trade them in the New Year.
I like outright shorts on Treasury bonds with three-seven years to maturity.
With the tax bill passage, long bonds have been selling off sharply, steepening the yield curve.
As Yellen departs, the Fed is likely to become more hawkish.
Expect to start seeing increasing market volatility around jobs report releases in 2018.
We are at a critical juncture for setting 2018 policy, and we should start to see increasing volatility around these kinds of releases.
The Fed chair and her potential successor have similarities, but not in their views on regulation.
With many investors confused over what a flattening yield curve means, we address such questions as why the curve flattens and whether it predicts a recession.
We address such questions as why the curve flattens and whether it predicts a recession.
Yes, if you're talking about high-yield bonds, but your time horizon is key.
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