THE 10Y YIELD CLOSES WITH THE COPPER-GOLD RATIO
MATASII RESEARCH ANALYSIS & SYNTHESIS:
We have had:
- Weakening 10Y US Treasury Yields (TNX),
- Weakening Copper Commodity prices,
- Strengthening Gold prices.
This has closed the 10Y Yield with the Copper:Gold ratio.
This suggests that markets are expecting slower economic growth which will soon unleash stimulus spending with money that must be created out of "thin air" or what is called currency debasement or Monetization (i.e. MMT?)
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