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3 Jan 2017 (AFR) – Bond markets point to inflection point

(3 January 2017, AFR, p27, by John Kehoe)

‘Financial markets may be at a major inflection point entering 2017 that sharply reverses the three decade decline in long-term US interest rates. The 10-year US Treasury yield is a proxy for global borrowing costs. If the post US election rebound in market interest rates continues on bets of a Donald Trump reflation era the financial shake-out will be felt around the world. With global public and private debt ballooning at a record $US152 trillion or 225 per cent of world GDP according to the International Monetary Fund, no asset class would be immune.’

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