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Is the secular economic season beginning to change (Part 2)

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Is the secular economic season beginning to change (Part 2) – by New Deal democratThe selloff of a month ago may well be the harbinger of a fundamental change in the relationship between bond yields and stock prices, one that is likely to persist for the next 10 years or so, as  part of a very long term interest rate cycle that has tended to last about 60 years. This post is up at XE.com.

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Is the secular economic season beginning to change (Part 2)

 by New Deal democratThe selloff of a month ago may well be the harbinger of a fundamental change in the relationship between bond yields and stock prices, one that is likely to persist for the next 10 years or so, as  part of a very long term interest rate cycle that has tended to last about 60 years.

This post is up at XE.com.

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