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Subject:  boj Date:  6/27/2003  5:07 PM
Author:  solasis Number:  256 of 297

first the us t-bonds have one of their worst 1 week selloffs in past 8 years. then bunds have a rough week this week. now i am told that the overnight rates in japan have gone negative for most of the latter half of this week. the last time that us and british interbank rates went negative was spring/summer 1932. could this be the beginning of the long slide for bonds.....


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