The Absurd Result Of Massive Global QE-------Government Bonds Are Becoming Scarce

A buying spree by central banks is reducing the availability of government debt for other buyers and intensifying the bidding wars that break out when investors get jittery.

Christopher Sullivan, a money manager in New York, is worried that when he needs U.S. Treasury bonds one day, he might not be able to get them.

On the surface, the concern might seem unwarranted: The U.S. Treasury has $13.4 trillion in debt securities outstanding, making the U.S. bond market the largest in the world and Treasurys among the most easily traded asset classes.

But Mr. Sullivan, who oversees $2.3 billion as...

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Source: Central Bank Buying Puts Squeeze on Bond Market

 

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