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Don’t data yourself?

By Bloomberg
28 October 2019   |   7:51 am
The story of the year has been the bond market’s proactiveness in pricing in potentially dire economic outcomes. In Treasuries, the recent price action has been more a story of the bond market right-sizing economic expectations. That is, not any negative indicator is perceived as a portent of imminent doom that fosters a flight to safety and lurch downwards in yields – whether that be instances of soft U.S. economic data or earnings reports. Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with Kathy Jones of Charles Schwab, Colin Robertson of Northern Trust and BlackRock's Jim Keenan to discuss the markets developing reaction function.

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