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    The Price of High Risk Debt

    May 01, 1988 BY Steve Leuthold

    Have we entered an age of interest rate discontinuity, where past interest rate history has no meaning? Are the current high rates merely a long-lasting hangover from the high inflation of the late 1970’s and early 1980’s? Is it a matter of there being too much of a demand for dollars and not enough supply? NO!

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    Bond Market Summary

    April 01, 1988 BY Steve Leuthold

    T-bonds slide 4-5 points in March, with corporates holding up better. Bonds look good, but T-bonds are expected to suffer from renewed inflation fears, dollar weakness, deficit concerns and maybe big foreign selling.

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    Bond Market Summary

    March 01, 1988 BY Steve Leuthold

    Outside of the 10% move in 30-year zeros (premium widened), the bond market in February was a quiet affair. In terms of the bond market, it was a good month to be on vacation. I didn't miss much.

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    December: Drifting Higher

    January 07, 1988 BY The Leuthold Research Team

    After an early December sinking spell, the bond market kind of floated higher for the rest of the month, closing out 1987 just slightly below its fourth quarter highs.

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    Bond Market Summary

    December 01, 1987 BY Steve Leuthold

    Much has been made about the CRB Index making a new high on November 27. We are very skeptical. Comparisons herein will demonstrate the warping in this index. I think we are now getting an inflation false alarm, but at this point the signals are mixed.

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    Bond Market Summary

    November 01, 1987 BY Steve Leuthold

    After an ominous five-point sell off in the first part of October, the Treasury market turned on a dime and blasted upward, running up 10 points in four days. But not all bond market sectors participated. It was a flight to quality.

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    Bond Market Summary

    October 01, 1987 BY Steve Leuthold

    The bond market held its own in the middle two weeks of September, but the first week and the last week of the month were downright nasty.

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    U.S. 10-Year: Not All In Sync

    June 05, 2015 BY Chun Wang

    · The higher-highs/higher-lows pattern since the 10-year yield trough in January is encouraging but the bigger test is the 225-230 area.

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