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Such "antibubble" policies worked perhaps too well.
An antibubble, with its modest bouyancy, floats slowly upward to the surface just as a soap bubble floats delicately downward.
If there is an antibubble in Treasury bonds, and inflation and deficits are building, they might be a riskier proposition than investors think.
Inflation could one day pop a Treasury bond antibubble.
The market for U.S. Treasury bonds might now be experiencing the inverse of this -- an antibubble of sorts.
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