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2016-06-11

Bill Gross $10tn negative-yield bonds a ‘supernova that will explode one day’

Central banks in Europe and Japan have moved their benchmark interest rates below zero. This, combined with investors’ ravenous appetite for bonds, has pushed the yields of more than $10tn of sovereign debt into negative territory.

This is costing investors billions of dollars and forcing many to buy increasingly longer-dated or more lowly rated bonds that still offer positive yields — and has sparked concerns that investors could be exposed to painful losses if yields, which move inversely to prices, snap back up.

FT 10 June 2016

Next Bubble U.S. Government Bonds

Bill Gross



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