Trump’s $337 Billion Bond Upset Casts Shadow on Rallying Stocks

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  • Bigger chance of Fed hike under Trump presidency, Westpac says
  • U.S. 10-year note yield jumped most since 2013 on Wednesday

Should Trump Give Reason to Fear a Bond Selloff?

Investors saw $337 billion wiped off the value of securities that comprise an index of global bonds in a single day Wednesday following Donald Trump’s election as President, the flipside of global upswing in stocks and commodities.

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