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Dunno if this means anything...:

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..any views..?  has hitting March's global liquidation low (just) slowed the recent long-end sell-off..?

  

 

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22 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

US yields drawing a lot of attention recently.

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yes, and more the rate of change than the level...  (in particular for the more recent real yield move)

also, in February until this week spread compression seems to have overcompensated  the impact on credit:

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Inflationary pressures will accelerate over the next three months as a result of base effects. Then towards the end if the year the dust will settle IMHO. 

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