At any given time, current bond market pricing
may provide a view of future economic growth,
interest rates, inflation, and when the Federal
Reserve (Fed) may raise interest rates, how fast,
and by how much.
The low level of longer-term bond yields, a flatter
yield curve, and subdued inflation expectations all
could signal a sluggish economic environment.
Bond market indicators do not always come to
fruition and taking a contrarian view from future
indications may provide opportunities.