- The Bond Market Association Predicts Soft Landing. Floyd, Daniel F. // Bond Buyer;12/06/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31031, p6
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- Why inflation fears run up the clock-and why they are likely to run down again. Nagan, Peter S. // Banking;May77, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p8
Discusses why investment managers fear the rise of inflation in the U.S. as of May 1977. Effect of the increase in inflation on stock prices and the bond market; Cause of inflation rate increase; Rate increase of industrial commodities prices; Factors contributing to price increases.
- Economic slowdown silences bond vigilantes. Pesek Jr., William // Inside Tucson Business;7/30/2001-8/5/2001, Vol. 11 Issue 18
Discusses the effect of the slowdown of the United States economy in 2001 on the bond market. Chances that the U.S. Federal Reserve will lower interest rates in August 2001; Rise of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) price deflator; Bond market professionals' concern about inflation; Bond...
- GOVERNMENT BONDS. Olyphant, Murray // Banking;Apr66, Vol. 58 Issue 10, p10
Deals with government bonds in the U.S. as of April 1966. Status of the government bonds in January and February 1966; Cause of inflation fear; Information on the business loans of the Reporting Member Banks from January 26, to February 23, 1966.
- BOND$. Nagan, Peter S. // Banking;Jan69, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p4
Describes the condition of the bond market in the U.S. as of January 1969. Effects of high inflation; Cause of the increase in interest rates; Expectations on the bond market.
- GOVERNMENTS AND MUNICIPALS. Nagan, Peter S. // Banking;Sep70, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p14
Provides information on the trends in the U.S. bond market as of September 1970. Effect of inflation and economic strength on the bond market; Influence of corporate and tax-exempt offerings on the market; Information on Treasury financing.
- Behind the Numbers. Valeri, Anthony // Investment Advisor;Jul2015, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p22
The article reports on the continued increase of the bond markets in more economic growth and higher inflation driven by the return of the bond sell-off in the U.S.
- Fed's stance bodes well for growth. Hensman, Peter // Fund Strategy;9/4/2006, p14
The article reports on an increase in the rate of interest due to inflation in the U.S. Increase in inflation would result in reduced economic growth. However, modest sustainable economic growth is certainly expected in the country. Furthermore, equities are expected to perform well unless there...
- Understanding Inflation-Indexed Bond Markets. Campbell, John Y.; Shiller, Robert J.; Viceira, Luis M. // Brookings Papers on Economic Activity;2009, Issue 1, p79
This paper explores the history of inflation-indexed bond markets in the United States and the United Kingdom. It documents a massive decline in long-term real interest rates from the 1990s until 2008, followed by a sudden spike during the financial crisis of 2008. Breakeven inflation rates,...