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500 Years Of Dutch Bond Yields [lowest in 500 years]
Zero Hedge ^
| 01 July 2014
| Tyler Durden
Posted on 07/01/2014 6:38:14 PM PDT by Lorianne
Day after day we are told that stocks are the place to be and that bonds are a disastrous bet as "rates must rise" but it appears that, increasingly, the world's developed (and debt-laden) economies are turning Japanese (with German 2Y rates at 2bps for example). But, for some context as to how low rates really are, Deutsche's Jim Reid unveils 500 years of Dutch (European) interest rates... and we have never been lower.
(Excerpt) Read more at zerohedge.com ...
TOPICS: Business/Economy; Foreign Affairs
posted on 07/01/2014 6:38:14 PM PDT
They should invest in tulips.
posted on 07/01/2014 6:58:27 PM PDT
by El Cid
(Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house...)
Interesting how a one-hit-wonder can become a part of the everyday lexicon.
posted on 07/02/2014 8:38:41 AM PDT
(It is time for us to start playing cowboys and muslims for real now.)
posted on 07/02/2014 8:39:22 AM PDT
(DC, it's Versailles on the Potomac but without the food and culture)
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