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The Stock Market Climbed Because Tumbling Bond Yields Don’t Mean What They Used To

Ben Levisohn
·4 分鐘文章
The Stock Market Climbed Because Tumbling Bond Yields Don’t Mean What They Used To

The bond market did it—though just what “it” is remains unclear. This past week’s economic data were spectacular. Weekly jobless claims tumbled to 576,000, the lowest level of the pandemic, consumer inflation rose in March at a quicker-than-expected 2.6% year over year, and March’s retail sales, boosted by government payouts, surged 9.8% over February’s. The 10-year Treasury yield responded by falling as low as 1.536% on Thursday, its lowest trading level since March 12—a sign, perhaps, that the bond market is concerned about the future path of economic growth.