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Given the globalization of liquidity in recent years, has anyone here considered the possibility (perhaps after reading Ken Fisher) that the US yield curve has lost some of its predictive power? I'd like to be able to construct a weighted global yield curve, because I think that would be more reflective of the true global yield situation (and thus, perhaps, more predictive) but I'm having trouble finding the info I need to do that. Has anyone else thought along these lines, and has anyone come up with a way to construct a global yield curve that uses generally available online info?

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