|GUNDLACH: The Consensus Is Wrong — Interest Rates Could Sink To Levels We Haven't Seen In Decades|
Sam Ro writes January 3, 2015, at The Business Insider:
January 2015 is looking a lot like January 2014. The US economy has been improving, the unemployment rate has been coming down, and the Federal Reserve has been increasingly prepping the world for tighter monetary policy.
For most bond market experts, all that means US interest rates are going to head up, especially considering the fact that rates have been falling for three decades.
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