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Bond yields / Interest rates 1929 - 2009

edited October 2019 in The OT Bullpen
Looked at this hoping to unearth some insights into current low interest rates and diminished inflation - coupled with a strong U.S. stock market. Darned if I can detect anything insightful. Maybe others can. Appears the U.S. Treasury Bond didn’t exist (in recognizable form) in ‘29. And prevailing rates began declining only after the market crash. History doesn’t repeat. Hmmm .... Sometimes it rhymes.
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