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"After Morgan Stanley's call for the 10 Year hitting 4.5% in 2010 ended up being one of the worst calls of the year"
But the year isn't over yet! (Monty python skit: I'm not dead yet!)
It's just a flesh wound.
Houtson...there seems to be a problem with the 30 year US T bill....smoke in the cockpit...implode-0-meter sounding its bell...
The 30 year is down 3 points....ts amazing what happens to securities when the government does not have its hand in manipulation
Only a matter of time till The Ben Bernak waives his hand buys Treasuries
I'm almost certain their call was for 5 1/2%, not 4 1/2%.
Maybe they figure a stopped clock is right twice a day...
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