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12 Nov 2016 (AFR) – Anxiety at spectre of soaring budget deficits; Investors fear rising US inflation will push yields higher

(12 November 2016, AFR, p25, by Karen Maley)

‘Is Donald Trump the harbinger of a new Keynesian revolution in government finances, that will again see soaring budget deficits and rapidly escalating national debt levels and bring an abrupt end to 35-year bond market rally? Worries that Trump’s election signals an end to the era of fiscal austerity has come to a close has triggered an avalanche of selling in global bond markets in the past few days, pushing yields sharply higher and resulting in hundreds of billions of dollars in losses for bond investors. The yield on US 10-year bonds…’

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