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G7 Government Bond Yields

Author: , Post Date: October 25, 2019

A G7 Bond is a government bond issued by a member nation of the Group of Seven consisting of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States or the United Kingdom. Bonds issued by G7 nations are seen as stable, low-risk investments.

Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary – The Bond Conundrum and How to Manage

Author: John R. Mousseau, CFA, Post Date: August 20, 2019
Market Commentary - Cumberland Advisors - Bond Conundrum

The past couple of weeks have been breathtaking for bond investors and observers of the bond market. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond is now at a record low – it dipped under 2% this week – and the 10-year Treasury is not far off its record low of 1.36% set in July 2016 […]

4Q2018 Review: Munis Turn It Around

Author: John R. Mousseau, CFA, Post Date: December 28, 2018
Market Commentary - Cumberland Advisors - 4Q2018 Review Munis Turn It Around

Muni yields rose in the first six weeks of this quarter – mostly in sympathy with US Treasuries (UST). We saw the 10-year and 30-year Treasury bonds rise 20 and 25 basis points respectively. Since early November, AAA muni yields (AAA) have dropped across the board, and the 10-year Treasury yield has fallen a whopping […]

Yogi Berra, the Fed’s Balance Sheet, and Liquidity

Author: Robert Eisenbeis, Ph.D., Post Date:
Market Commentary - Cumberland Advisors - Yogi Berra, the Fed’s Balance Sheet, and Liquidity - The Fed’s Quantitative Easing Program

The story is that the Fed’s quantitative easing program injected large amounts of liquidity into financial markets, causing bond rates to fall and stock prices to accelerate. Consequently, the argument goes that, the shrinking of the Fed’s balance sheet through maturity runoff will cause bond rates to increase and, presumably, stock prices to retreat. But […]

Russia plans to sell more US debt in response to sanctions

Author: , Post Date: August 14, 2018
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…[R]isk is that China or another country weans itself off US debt by slowing its purchases and waiting for existing Treasuries to mature.

“Gradualism could have a long-term impact on the United States. But that would be a patient policy that would not reveal itself easily,” said David Kotok, chairman of Cumberland Advisors