Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Spain within kissing distance of 7%

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The Spain sovereign 10-year bond is trading at 6.96% but you couldn't tell there's a problem judging by the U.S. equity markets!

Maybe I just think to much. I also sometimes need to express myself in run-on sentences like this one:

It seems to me that given the angst of the bulk of Europe's economies, negative interest rates in some countries where investors pay for safety of principal instead of return on principal and 7% Spanish 10-year yields despite all of the rhetoric coming out of Summit 19, coupled with the fact that the stated reason for the rally in the U.S. equity markets is that the U.S. economy is so weak that Bernanke may institute QEIII, that somewhere along the line all hell could break loose.

But then again, what do I know?

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