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  • Such "antibubble" policies worked perhaps too well.

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  • An antibubble, with its modest bouyancy, floats slowly upward to the surface just as a soap bubble floats delicately downward.

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  • If there is an antibubble in Treasury bonds, and inflation and deficits are building, they might be a riskier proposition than investors think.

    An 'Antibubble'

  • Inflation could one day pop a Treasury bond antibubble.

    An 'Antibubble'

  • The market for U.S. Treasury bonds might now be experiencing the inverse of this -- an antibubble of sorts.

    An 'Antibubble'

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  • "An antibubble is a droplet of liquid surrounded by a thin film of gas, as opposed to a gas bubble, which is a sphere of gas surrounded by a liquid. Antibubbles are formed when liquid drops or flows turbulently into the same or another liquid. They can either skim across the surface of a liquid such as water, in which case they are also called water globules, or they can be completely submerged into the liquid to which they are directed."

    --Wikipedia

    March 4, 2011