Thanks to the government shutdown (GSD) the Treasury had a few extra shekels lying around this month, and it used those to pay down T-bills. That cash flowed back into the accounts of dealers and investors who held the bills. Enough of them used that cash to buy stocks to foment a meltup. Now that the GSD has come to an end, at least temporarily, here’s what to expect, and what to do about, bonds, interest rates, and stocks.
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