Morgan Stanley, Goldman Split on Where Treasuries Will End 2016By
Hornbach at Morgan Stanley calls for U.S. bond rally in 4Q
Goldman joins Gundlach seeing U.S. 10-year yields rising to 2%
Two of Wall Street’s biggest banks are forecasting divergent paths for Treasuries in the last three months of 2016 as strategists weigh the effects of improving U.S. economic data and stimulative central-bank policy abroad.
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