This past weekend my wife and I celebrated the one-year anniversary of selling our first house. It wasn’t a celebration really, since financially we took a beating (we bought at the peak of the 2005 bubble).
While central-bank bond buying is the proximate cause of a plunge in U.S. Treasury yields, the drop represents the cost of economic and political choices made over decades Ultralow interest rates are to
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