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Most Wall Street economists and strategists say that there's a Treasury bubble. Only one of 50 surveyed by Bloomberg foresees lower interest rates a year from now. This means that the other 49 expect Treasuries to lose value because bond prices move in the opposite direction of interest rates. In fact, interest-rate forecasts suggest that the 30-year Treasury bond could lose 15 percent or more next year.

Most Wall Street economists and strategists say that there's a Treasury bubble. Only one of 50 surveyed by Bloomberg foresees lower interest rates a year from now. This means that the other 49 expect Treasuries to lose value because bond prices move in the opposite direction of interest rates. In fact, interest-rate forecasts suggest that the 30-year Treasury bond could lose 15 percent or more next year.
November 10, 2011
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