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Donald Trump’s presidency could spell the end of the global bond bull market. But there’s one asset it could be very good for, says John Stepek: Japanese stocks.
Could this finally be the end of the bond bull market, after a 35-year run? If it is, get ready for a big shift in the investment landscape.
With inflation on the horizon, holders of long-term bonds could be badly stung by “duration risk”. John Stepek explains what that is, and why it might be time to sell.
Saudi Arabia’s record-breaking bond sale was the biggest-ever issue of emerging-market debt. We could just have seen the top of the bond market, says John Stepek.
After a 35-year bull market, signs of a major turnaround are mounting in the bond market.
Central bankers are hoping that a little inflation could heal some of the damage caused by the Great Recession. But that won’t make bond investors happy, says John Stepek.
Italy’s sale of its first 50-year bond attracted €18.5bn of orders, far more than the government had expected.
Interest-rate rises may be closer than we think, and the 35-year bond bull market could soon be over, says one analyst.
Events in the bond markets this week are a reminder of how overstretched bond prices are and how investors are unlikely to make money from them.
The great bond bull market may have finally hit a turning point. And there are just two ways for it to end, says John Stepek: badly, or very badly.