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Rising Bond Yields, Explained: Stocks, Inflation, and The Federal Reserve



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Stocks are down, and bond yields are up. That means bonds are paying out more money than they used to. So, why do bond issuers have to pay higher prices when competing investments are down? Inflation and federal reserve proposed rate hikes are pushing up rates. Here is exactly what’s happening.


Clash of the Central Bankers; Yield Curve Control vs. Stimulation, Explained



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With Bond Yields on the rise, the world’s central bankers are being pulled in different directions. The Bank of Japan and European Central Banks are trying to drive down borrowing costs for their governments by controlling the yield curves. America’s Central Bank is focused on getting cash into the hands of America’s banks so they can lend it out. Here is exactly what this ideological conflict looks like.


What Rising Bond Yields Mean For America’s Economy, Explained



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The yield on 10 Year bonds is increasing. This is either great news or terrible news depending on who you are. It’s a great sign for the economy, because markets are starting to focus investment on businesses and people. It’s a terrible sign for the government because taking on new debt just got more expensive. Here is exactly what’s happening!