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Does the negative relationship between stocks and interest rates always hold? As explained previously, the correlation between stocks and bonds (and therefore interest rates ) fluctuates significantly. In the report by Deutsche Bank, strategist
During the last week of May, the rate on the 10-year Treasury bond rose to 2.15 percent, the highest since April 2012. Since bonds are priced off of the Treasury spot rate curve (both in discounting the present value of the bonds’ future cash flows and in the spread relative to the spot rate curve ...
On January 31, 2013, the yield on the 10-year Treasury bond stood at 2.00 percent, an increase of 62 basis points (0.62 percent) since the low hit in July 2012. However, the yield remains much lower than the 10-year average of 3.70 percent. With the December Core Consumer Price Index rising 1.9 ...
One thing apparent from both the interest rate adjustments and QE decisions in 2008-09 was how closely the Federal Reserve watched the movements of the stock market. On Martin
this week to consider what steps it should take to meet its dual mandate of low inflation and steady employment. Because interest rates are already essentially at zero, and the Fed has already said it would keep them there until at least 2013, many economists