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Shane Oliver
Where Are We In The Search For Yield? By Shane Oliver - Sep 20, 2017 1

Originally published by AMP Capital Key points It’s hard to argue that the search for yield has gone too far given how low bond yields are. A range of assets still provide much better yields ...

Jeff Grow
It's Always Darkest Just Before The Dawn By Jeff Grow - Sep 18, 2017

Originally published by UBS Asset Management Aussie bonds have been having a tough time of late. For a year now, we at UBS have been waiting for this moment, when all of the super-charged performance ...

David Bassanese
Bonds Behaving Badly? By David Bassanese - Sep 13, 2017

Originally published by BetaShares Although the Reserve Bank of Australia has kept official short-term interest rates steady since August last year, it may surprise some investors to know that returns...

Jarrod Kerr
Sell Kiwi And Buy Aussie   By Jarrod Kerr - Sep 07, 2017

Originally published by The Commonwealth Bank of Australia Aussies and Kiwis are close, but not that close. Sell Kiwi and buy Aussie 2021s. Aussies and Kiwis are (too) close. We are best unbeaten ...

Marc Chandler
Has China Been Selling T-Bills? By Marc Chandler - Aug 28, 2015

The US 10-year Treasury yield has risen 30 bp since Monday's low-water mark. There are a number of reports that try to link the backing up in US yields to purported sales by China. The Chinese sales, ...

Strawberry Blonde
30-Year U.S. Bond At A Crossroads By Strawberry Blonde - Jul 27, 2015

The following 1-Year Daily chart of 30-Year U.S. Bonds (USB) shows that a bearish moving average Death Cross has recently formed — warning that lower prices may be in store. However, the rising ...

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