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Stocks, bonds, or cash?  Here's the best guide for investors on the debt ceiling, Fed policy, and recession risk

Stocks, bonds, or cash? Here’s the best guide for investors on the debt ceiling, Fed policy, and recession risk

The bond market has not been this popular for over a decade. For nearly 15 years after the 2008 financial crisis, bond yields remained low and the US stock market was more attractive. This is no longer the case. Treasury bills TMUBMUSD01Y And Arguably the safest debt, now offers yields well above 4%. From 2013 …

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The debt-ceiling deal will raise a new concern: Who will buy the flood of T-bills?

The debt-ceiling deal will raise a new concern: Who will buy the flood of T-bills?

When the battle for the US debt ceiling is finally resolved, the Treasury is expected to unleash a flood of bond issuance to help refill its coffers slumped by the long standoff in Washington, D.C., over the government’s borrowing limit. Treasury bills are debts issued by the United States government that mature within four to …

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