HSBC: Debt Strategies Gain Interest

The hunt for new hedges is in full gear.

While much has been made about the search for yield in a world of ultra-low interest rates, valuations in the U.S. Treasury market also leave very little room for price gains to counteract losses should the high-flying stock market turn lower. It’s a dilemma that could reshape the classic investing strategy of 60% stocks and 40% bonds as the Fed holds rates near zero for the foreseeable future.

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