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Low Long Bond Yields - Is This The New Norm?

Discussion in 'Business, Investment and Economics' started by Cam019, Nov 24, 2019.

  1. Cam019


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    Thought I'd get some discussion going about peoples thoughts on 30Y government bond yields. Do you think this low yield environment is the new norm? Could we see consistently low bond yields below say, 2-3% for the majority of the developed world for the next 30 years? If yes, current equity valuations are astoundingly cheap. Do you think this is something that is sustainable?

    Japan 30Y Chart
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    Australian 30Y - 1.690%
    Austria 30Y - 0.444%
    Canada 30Y - 1.584%
    France 30Y - 0.746%
    Germany 30Y - 0.121%
    Ireland 30Y - 0.893%
    Israel 30Y - 2.070%
    Italy 30Y - 2.267%
    Japan 30Y - 0.421%
    Netherlands 30Y - 0.163%
    Portugal 30Y - 1.303%
    UK 30Y - 1.267%
    US 30Y - 2.219%

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