Bond Yields Wont Stop Falling. Whats Behind the Puzzling Move. – Barrons

There’s a conundrum in the bond market. Bonds are rallying, sending yields—which move inversely to prices—lower, despite significant indications that things should be moving in the opposite direction.

Let’s take a step back. The yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury note topped 1.7% in October, hitting its highest levels since April, when crossing that threshold prompted real cause for concern. 


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