“Traders and bond market watchers are talking more and more about 1994, a year when interest rates exploded higher completely obliterating bond investors. The event also came with sell-off in stocks. But that eventually turned into a buying opportunity. For months, the strategists at Deutsche Bank have been pushing this thesis as hawkish commentary from the Federal Reserve have sent Treasury rates higher. Here’s a slide from the firm’s latest “Equity View” report, summarizing their case”:
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