The trend is unsettling, with unconventional monetary policies pushing down yields we get the situation where, for the first time since the 80’s, the 10-Year Treasury yield has dropped below the rate of inflation. Have QE, low and negative interest rates created a ticking time bomb in equity and bond markets?


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