Bond Outlook November 26th

When first the crisis broke, the USD strengthened, but there are good reasons to ask whether it was only a short-lived phenomenon, including the practice of "printing money".

US treasury market reaches breaking point

As attention focuses on the treasury market's ability to cope with the US's growing funding needs, Euromoney reveals the structural issue that could cause the world's market of last resort to grind to a halt in its hour of greatest need.

Bond Outlook November 20th

How long will the recession last? One answer is as long as it takes for households to achieve a 3%-5% savings rate from the negative pre-crisis rate.

Bond Outlook November 5th

President-elect Obama has an intimidating task to repair the damage of the outgoing Administration, but they have more or less fixed the capital markets ready to face a long downturn.