Tag Archives: bond markets

Increased Supply of U.S. Treasuries and Interest Rate Risk

Since March 2020, the federal government has enacted four pieces of legislation to assist businesses and individuals weather the economic downtown triggered by the COVID-19 outbreak. According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), these four pandemic-related laws are projected to increase the federal deficit by USD 2.2 trillion in fiscal year 2020 and by USD Read more […]

Equity Markets May Be “Sassy”, But Bond Markets Are The “Cool” Kids On The Block…

Bond markets may not be the most “sassy” of all the asset classes, but they certainly are a lot “cooler” in light of the global equity sell-off of the last two days.   Bond markets are traditionally known to be less volatile than all of the financial asset classes.  Global stock markets are taking serious hits Read more […]