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Steady at the Fed, Sideways in the Market

First a word from the Department of Redundancy Department; a few weeks back I put out a series of charts on the rising Federal Deficit and the structure of the bond market. The idea is that with a rising deficit and extending maturity of the Treasury Market there will be a ‘forced’ need on behalf of investors, especially passive investors, to buy Treasuries to keep pace with changing benchmarks. BBG’s Liz Capo McCormick wrote about this as well last week in an article titled “Vanguard, BlackRock Seen as Forced Buyers in Fed's Bond Retreat.” {NSN OYOP4F6VDKHS <GO>}. Read more from David Ader's latest musings.
Steady at the Fed, Sideways in the Market

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