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  1. 10 Forecasts for 2015

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    Wed, 25 Feb 2015

    mid-2015, it is likely that we will see interest rates in more normal territory. This means rising to the 3.5% range for 10 - year Treasury bonds – now at 2% Less smooth sailing for stock prices . Yes, we almost saw a full 10% market correction last fall

  2. Bull’s Buck Is Not a Bust

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    Wed, 25 Feb 2015

    respectively, stock market volatility (as measured by the VIX Index) tended to rise and interest rates (as measured by 10 - year Treasury bond yields) fell. These conditions generally moved investors toward higher-quality, income-producing large-cap

  3. Speculative net shorts in U.S. 10-year T-note futures rise -CFTC

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    Fri, 20 Feb 2015

    Feb 20 (Reuters) - Speculators' net bearish bets on U.S. 10 - year Treasury note futures rose in the latest week as traders pared safe-haven holdings of low-risk bonds due to optimism Greece would...

  4. The Glass Ceiling on Rates

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    Fri, 20 Feb 2015

    long-term investors with insights into the potential ceiling on 10 - year Treasury yields, as well. In this case, if our view of the terminal ..... the cycle in 2017 or early 2018 could see a ceiling for the 10 - year note around 2.75 to 3.25 percent—a level much lower than

  5. 1966

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    Fri, 13 Feb 2015

    The initial withdrawal rate is on the left in both tables. The first table uses a balanced portfolio of S&P 500 and 10 - year T - note , rebalanced annually. The column headings indicate percentage of assets in stocks. The second table shows the results

  6. No Margin of Safety in REITs Today

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    Fri, 13 Feb 2015

    an interest-rate story. At the end of the 2013, the 10 - year Treasury got up just over 3%, and people thought that 2014 was ..... get a little bit better and QE came to an end, but the 10 - year Treasury ended the year closer to 2% and then ducked under 2% in

    10 Year Treasury found at 1:42

    it's really an interest-rate story. At the end of the 2013, the 10 - year Treasury got up just over 3%, and people thought that 2014 was going to be the year that the Fed started to crank up interest rates and that the long end of the yield curve would really take off because the economy was going to take off. Well, the economy did get a little bit better and QE came to an end, but the 10 - year Treasury ended the year closer to 2% and then ducked under 2% in the first couple of weeks of 2015. And with that,
  7. Investors Bid Up Bonds in January

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    Sat, 7 Feb 2015

    unusually strong as interest rates have declined substantially across developed markets. For example, in the U.S., the 10 - year Treasury bond has declined almost 50 basis points to end January at 1.68%. In Europe, the yield on the 10-year German bund

    10 Year Treasury found at 0:11

    have declined substantially across developed markets. For example, in the U.S., the 10 - year Treasury bond has declined almost 50 basis points to end January at 1.68%. In Europe, the yield on the 10-year German bund has
  8. The Case for Duration in the Long Run

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    Thu, 5 Feb 2015

    asked as they watched the U.S. 10 - year Treasury slide below 2%, how long will it ..... interest rates (and, specifically, the 10 - year Treasury yield shown in this illustration ..... Particularly notable is that the 10 - year Treasury – the bond with the highest interest

  9. Kenya's central bank to sell 2-year, 10-year bonds in Feb

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    Thu, 5 Feb 2015

    NAIROBI, Feb 5 (Reuters) - Kenya's central bank said on Thursday it will sell new two-year and a re-opened 10 - year Treasury bonds worth up to 25 billion shillings ($273.4 million).

  10. Falling Oil Prices: No Worry

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    Mon, 2 Feb 2015

    depressed oil prices (to around $40 per barrel) could push 10 - year Treasury rates to new all-times lows of less than 1.38%, as ..... closely tied to inflation/deflation rates. Currently, the 10 - year note has already fallen to 1.67% from 2.58% 12 months ago

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