Habits die hard: implications for bond and stock markets internationally

Thomas Nitschka discusses whether the global fall in inflation expectations together with increased fear of recession help to explain the downward trajectory in nominal government bond yields and the stock price dynamics of six major economies from 1988 to 2019. Image courtesy of Thomas Nitschka.

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