The 30-year did make a new all-time low out to three decimal places. Equaled its July 8, 2016 all-time low out to two decimal places.— Jim Bianco (@biancoresearch) August 13, 2019
No other point on the yield curve is close to new all-time lows.
So the US begins to join the rest of the world making new all-time-lows. pic.twitter.com/eSumU7yzJ0
The answer seems pretty obvious to me. The bond markets are telling us that the cycle is ending with the central banks having failed to drive core CPI inflation higher. So Japanese-style outright deflation lies ahead at a time when western economies have piled debt sky high. https://t.co/022S3XdE4h— Albert Edwards (@albertedwards99) August 14, 2019