The Treasury issued $69 billion of net new supply from mid December to mid January. That’s a lot more than usual for this period. It pressured the bond market. Bond prices fell and yields rose. Some of that money rotated into stocks and the stock market rally raged on. But soon, that will change. Here’s why and what to look for.
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