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SEB Research warns of unsustainable bond yields amid ECB narrative

Published Nov 17, 2023 07:34
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Analysts from SEB Research, have highlighted a disconnect in the financial markets, noting that the European Central Bank's (ECB) message of maintaining high interest rates for an extended period is being overlooked. This oversight has led to a decline in government bond yields, particularly in Germany, where long-end yields have reached "extremely low" levels. They warn that any further drops in these yields could become unsustainable when compared to the prospects of policy rates.

In the United States, this trend is mirrored, with bond yields nearing what is believed to be the lower end of their expected trading range. SEB Research suggests that the recent decline in U.S. Treasury yields may be overstretched and predicts increased volatility and a potential rebound, as further downside appears limited until either new economic data emerges or the Federal Reserve provides softer policy signals.

Looking ahead as we approach 2024, the analysts anticipate a growing expectation of rate cuts from the Federal Reserve. This shift in anticipation is projected to ease both short- and long-term bond yields, which could lead to a steeper yield curve for U.S. Treasuries. Investors and analysts alike are keeping a close watch on these developments, as they could have significant implications for global financial markets.

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