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The Potential for 100-Year US Government Debt

Immediately after assuming his post as Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin began to discuss with his staff the prospect of issuing 50 and 100-year government bonds. This would mark a historic shift for the $14 trillion market, which has been resistant … Continue reading

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The Fed’s Next Big Decision

Behind the uncertainty of the Federal Reserve’s decision on whether or not to raise rates there is another looming question: what will the Federal Reserve do with the money it will receive from the treasuries that are about to mature … Continue reading

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Central Banks Are Selling U.S. Government Debt

Central Banks of China, Taiwan, Brazil, Russia, and Norway are selling Treasury securities at a record pace, in another indication of global market slowdown. According to Deutsche Bank Securities, foreign central banks have sold in twelve months ended July $123 … Continue reading

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