"Gross: German 10yr Bunds = The short of a lifetime. Better than the pound in 1993. Only question is Timing / ECB QE"
Quote: "Bunds were yielding 0.94 percent in Tuesday (On April 21th 2015) morning trade, up 19.8 percent on the session but down nearly 83 percent year to date.
Traders have been piling into the nation's debt ever since European President Mario Draghi announced his intention to commence U.S.-style quantitative easing , a debt-buying program aimed at keeping yields low and goosing the financial markets with liquidity."
Source, with Video: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/bill-gross-short-lifetime-144103525.html
Opinion: As now everybody might know the Fed is expected to tell on wednesday, September 20th 2017, how to reduce it's huge . Expected is a 10 billion drop monthly in Q1 2018. Also expected is that the fed will add 10 billion each quarter. In Q4 2018 the fed is expected to lower it's by 50 billion USD monthly. It is unlikely that the ECB not to start tapering in the next 6 month. Bund Yields should rise, the EURO BUNDFUTURE should drop now. Maybe it's not a short of a lifetime, but after a 2 years sideways range it is becoming a short now and it's unlikely that stockmarkets are going to like it.
Eurozone growth seen picking up in September — Markit PMI
Remark: US TAX cuts likel to cut tax revenues as well. US T-Bonds should face more headwinds and pressure long term.
Quote: "If Senate can pass budget resolution, tax cuts have strong chance: Zoellick
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