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    Australian Bonds…..Time for An Encore?

    June 01, 1989 BY Steve Leuthold

    With Aussie Commonwealth bond yields again up around 14% and the Aussie dollar down to $0.75 U.S., we are moving part of the fixed income portion from both the asset allocation models back into the Aussie bond market.

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    Bond Market Summary

    June 01, 1989 BY Steve Leuthold

    For quite some time this publication has had a pretty good feel for the bond market. But May surprised me. My expectation was a stronger market early in the May followed by a correction.

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    Bond Market Summary

    May 01, 1989 BY Steve Leuthold

    With at least some preliminary signs the economy is slowing, accompanied by more comforting PPI and CPI numbers, it would appear the Fed is relaxing a bit.

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    Bond Market Summary

    April 01, 1989 BY Steve Leuthold

    In mid-March, the bond market was jolted by a nasty PPI number and spent the rest of the month creeping back to pre-PPI release levels. The net result was an unchanged to slightly higher bond market in March.

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    Bond Market Summary

    March 01, 1989 BY Steve Leuthold

    In February, stocks and bonds tracked the same course. The CRB Index came down significantly in February and was close to breaking down before a late month surge. The JOC Index remains above its January breakout level.

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    Bond Market Summary

    February 01, 1989 BY Steve Leuthold

    This is indeed a strange environment, where higher short-term rates in effect have become a bond market positive. High short rates cool the economy and keep the dollar strong. Both of these consequences are bond market positives.

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    Bond Market Partially Closed For The Holidays

    July 25, 2017 BY The Leuthold Research Team

    To use the old cliche' for lack of a better term, the bond market backed and filled in December.

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    Bond Market Summary

    December 01, 1988 BY Steve Leuthold

    Forget about the economy, forget about the uptick in the CPI, and forget about the bulge in bond supply. U.S. interest rates rose in November because the dollar went down.

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    Bond Market Summary

    November 01, 1988 BY Steve Leuthold

    Wall Street's financial mechanics created chaos in the high grade corporate bond market last month. With exceptions, the LBO frenzy has destroyed, at least for the time being, the usefulness of bond quality ratings. The damage done to many bond portfolios was massive.

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    Bond Market Summary

    October 01, 1988 BY Steve Leuthold

    The Gods of the bond market were kind in September, with the bond market performing exactly as we thought it would.

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