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RE: Down goes the Dow

Ghost of Igloi wrote:


Bonds move both on interest rates and fund flows. In times of poor market performance large money managers need a place to park large amounts of money and Treasury bonds become that place. Rising demand results in higher prices.


Isn't it true that bond prices and yields move in opposite directions? Do I understand correctly that you believe a higher price trumps a lower yield?

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