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  • 02 April
    Denner Frawn Denner Frawn
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  • 06 March
    vantonov vantonov
    Peter, what do you think about SP500 being at the top of the bolinger band with the combination of Ukrainian tension? Maybe its time for some protection?!...
    06 March
    vantonov vantonov
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    06 March
    Marker Marker
    Haven't touched the upper BB yet @ 1889.42, but tomorrow NFP could push it even higher than the top of the BB.
  • Squawk / 03 December 2013 at 11:52 GMT
    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    As I alluded to in the previous Global Beta monthly update the rising government rates will soon begin to increase the carry factor in US government bonds. The chart shows the US 10-year generic government bond yield and the 12-month rolling dividend yield in the iShares 7-10 year Treasury bond ETF. It is evident that the bleeding of income in the bond ETF is beginning to stop as the "on-the-run" Treasuries carry larger coupons than the current weighted coupon rate in the ETF. As a result the dividend yield (income) on government bonds should soon begin to filer into savers portfolios. This is the first phase of the interest rate normalisation.
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  • 04 November
    omid matouri omid matouri
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