Futures are up a bit this morning as of 1:00 AM central following yesterday's massacre.

However, bond yields are again lower. The 30-year long bond just crashed through the 2% level for the first time ever.

Don't Worry

The Fed has everything under control.

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So does Trump, the ECB, Bank of Japan, China, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

What can possibly go wrong?

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

Entire Yield Curve Inverts, 30-Year Long Bond Yield Dives to Record Low

The stock markets are getting clobbered and bonds are on fire as recession fears escalate.

New Record Low Yields on 10- and 30-Year Bonds: Double Cut?

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30-Year Bond Yield Just a Hair from Record Low, 2-10 Yield Spread Near Inversion

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I Expect New Record Low Long Bond Yield

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Record Low 30-Year Bond Yield and Record High on Gold Coming Up

Once again, the yield on the 30-year long bond is below 2.0%. I expect a record low yield shortly. Gold will benefit.

My Conversation With the 30-Year Long Bond

For the third time, the yield on the 30-year long bond dipped below 2.0%. I asked Mr. Bond some questions.

30-Year and 10-Year Treasury Yields Approach Record Lows

Curve Watchers Anonymous notes treasury yields on the 10-year notes and 30-year long bond are within spitting distance of all-time low yields.

Bond Yields Crash and Gold Soars on Pandemic Threat

The 30-year long bond yield crashed to a record low, gold jumped, and equities hammered as fears of a pandemic mount.

Historic Crash in Bond Yields and More Coming

Bonds yields crashed this week. The Fed made emergency inter-meeting cuts last week but that is just the start.