So You Want Higher Rates?

Some simple bond math: rising rates means lower prices. Holders of rate products, once they anticipate that future prices will fall, sell today to minimize losses. So the question: when the selling of the world’s debt begins (and accelerates), especially with everyone urged by central bankers to shun bonds and go for “undervalued” stocks, who buys? We ask because, as the chart below shows, there is quite a bit to sell…

Source: JPM


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