Bond Investors Worried About A Recession; Trend Growth Has Been Slowing Everywhere since GFC…. Credit Suisse Strategists – We Are Close To The End Of The Tactical Rally

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As Wall Street rallies on US-China trade hopes, bond investors may be worried about a recession

  • Stocks have been euphoric about the potential for a trade deal between the U.S. and China, but the bond market has been acting gloomy and has been more focused on uncertainty and the chances for a recession.
  • Buyers have been flocking to both markets for different reasons, and analysts say ultimately one of them will be right.
  • The Fed’s signal that it could hold off on interest rate hikes has been a factor behind the stock market’s rise, and relatively low bond yields, which move opposite price.
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