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Ditching debt would unleash financial instability in Washington but likely backfire on Beijing
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
March government bond sales by China came to $20.5bn ahead of fractious trade talks
Dearth of EU government bonds that offer attractive yields pushes investors to US
Japanese insurers are split on currency risk.
Generous yields on US Treasuries undermine critics of greenback’s reserve currency role
Unhedged buying of US bonds opens foreign investors to losses if dollar falls
Oil company sets initial pricing levels in line with Saudi government bonds
Some believe that an inversion of the markets’ original ‘fear gauge’ is not a predictor but a cause of recessions
Years of aggressive monetary easing have blunted the signals from the bond market
Yields on 10-year bonds jump in one of this year’s largest one-day advances
With inverted and sub-zero yields, investors are clearly looking beyond the stock rally
Fluctuating yields on government bonds could signal a contraction in global growth
Sovereign debt rally extends after dovish turns from central bankers