Rising Bond Yields and Commodities Pressure World Finance

The housing market is weakening and mortgage rates and bond yields are rising, placing severe stresses on the banking system. Meanwhile China is teetering on the brink of an economic dislocation as commodity prices surge and the government tries to cool real estate speculation. Will the Fed be able to continue QE2 as these forces gather? Aaron Krowne, Russ Winter and Lee Adler discuss these developments and their implications in part 1 of this podcast, free to all visitors (21 minutes), also available on iTunes.

In part 2 we take a closer look at the performance of this week’s Treasury auctions, the likelihood of any reduction in QE2, and the outlook for the markets in the weeks ahead, based on Russ’s proprietary research in Russ Winter’s Actionable, and Lee’s work in the Wall Street Examiner Professional Edition.

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2 comments for “Rising Bond Yields and Commodities Pressure World Finance

  1. ilan
    February 10, 2011 at 6:42 am

    URL’s for this weeks podcast (Feb 9 2011) haven’t been updated yet. Download links still pointing to last week’s podcast.

    The free part is this weeks, but the subscirber one is last week’s.

  2. February 10, 2011 at 7:34 am

    Thanks to all who notified me of the error! If you downloaded from the text link in the body of the article that was ok. Unfortunately, I did not update the player so it still had last week’s program loaded.

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