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30Y Treasury Yield Tumbles Below 2.00%, Japanese Stocks Plunge

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Short-dated Treasury yields are extending their rise from Friday's bloodbath as the collapse of the long-end of the term structure accelerates in early Asia trading.2Y is back above the Fed Funds rate...Source: Bloombergand 30Y yields are back below 2.00%...... for the first time since March...Source: Bloomberg10Y yields are at their lowest since early March...Source: BloombergAnd Japanese equity markets are none too happy with Powell's policy error malarkey...Source: BloombergAs Lance Roberts noted earlier, there have been ZERO times in history when the Fed started a rate hiking campaign that did not lead to a negative outcome. We suggest this time won’t be any different.

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Short-dated Treasury yields are extending their rise from Friday's bloodbath as the collapse of the long-end of the term structure accelerates in early Asia trading.

2Y is back above the Fed Funds rate...

30Y Treasury Yield Tumbles Below 2.00%, Japanese Stocks Plunge

Source: Bloomberg

and 30Y yields are back below 2.00%...

30Y Treasury Yield Tumbles Below 2.00%, Japanese Stocks Plunge

... for the first time since March...

30Y Treasury Yield Tumbles Below 2.00%, Japanese Stocks Plunge

Source: Bloomberg

10Y yields are at their lowest since early March...

30Y Treasury Yield Tumbles Below 2.00%, Japanese Stocks Plunge

Source: Bloomberg

And Japanese equity markets are none too happy with Powell's policy error malarkey...

30Y Treasury Yield Tumbles Below 2.00%, Japanese Stocks Plunge

Source: Bloomberg

As Lance Roberts noted earlier, there have been ZERO times in history when the Fed started a rate hiking campaign that did not lead to a negative outcome. We suggest this time won’t be any different.

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Tyler Durden (a pseudonym) represents the idea that a return to truly efficient markets is a possibility and a necessity. After having experienced the inner workings of capitalism at various asset managers and advisors, Tyler believes that the current model is flawed and a deleveraging at every level of modern society is needed to reinspire the fundamental entrepreneurial spirit.

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