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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.341
  • Day's Range: 1.356 - 1.356
U.S. 10Y 1.356 0.015 1.15%
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Harry Skip Robinson
SkipRob Aug 10, 2021 8:30AM ET
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Talk of tightening? How can they raise interest rates without putting the world into another deep recession/depression. It will collapse the residential real estate market again. Nobody want to buy a home when they think prices are declining unless they think the market is near the bottom, and will wait until they think it is. The moratoriums on rents and foreclosures are going to come back to haunt the monetary engineers as all their actions eventually do. Gold and Silver are still way up compared to 10 years ago even though the big boy are still shorting it the futures. That should change as we get closer to the enforcement of Basil III. That's the big if. Will they follow their own agreements. The spreads between the physical and futures are upsetting the real markets and some people don't think they have any choice. Caution my fellow investors.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA Aug 10, 2021 8:30AM ET
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What should they do?  The Fed can't continue printing all this money in perpetuity.  It has to end at some point.
Dj Bobo
Dj Bobo Aug 10, 2021 8:30AM ET
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talk of tightening for the next 10 years, meanwhile 1 orange will become 50 $, but the market will be saved
Gold Bull
Gold_Bull_1730 Aug 10, 2021 8:30AM ET
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Will 1 orange cost 1 oz of gold?
Aaron Roberts
Aaron Roberts Aug 10, 2021 8:30AM ET
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The new 40 year mortgage term set to roll out on Sept 1st fixes most of that. You didn't think the bankers of the world were going to refinance everyone on the cheap did you? Rates will rise over the next 6 months as the banks start getting more and more into lending to riskier borrowers. Those with great credit have most likely already locked in the best rates they could.
Aaron Roberts
Aaron Roberts Aug 10, 2021 8:30AM ET
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Look at cars for instance. The norm used to be 3yr car loan, then it went to 5, then 7, and now you can get a 10 yr loan for a new car. Meanwhile the prices keep going up and up and up. They will do the same with real estate if they have to. New York City even has 100 yr mortgage on some properties just to sustain the prices. The interest rate isn't the only thing they can manipulate, the term is another very powerful tool.
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