Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Zero Hedge sets bond rates

Zero Hedge: Having previously noted the 10Y yield bogeys by SocGen, Goldman and JPM, above which the S&P would start to groan, which are at 2.60%, 2.75% and 2.75%, respectively, overnight we got yet another datapoint to add to this series: that of Jeffrey Gundlach, who during yesterday's webcast to DoubleLine investors said 10Y rates may climb to 3% by next year as deficits and inflation rise under the Trump presidency, "a move that would hurt markets." The 10Y is currently trading just below 2.50%
Looks like a dot plot to me. 

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