Bond bulls take Wall Street by storm
In today’s bond market, it seems as if no price is too high. And no yield, as a result, is too low. Roughly $15 trillion of debt globally have sub-zero yields, yet investor demand shows no sign of abating. Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz sat down with Columbia Threadneedle’s Ed Al-Hussainy, BMO’s Scott Kimball and Kevin Giddis of Raymond James to discuss the 'Yield-Suck Vortex' that's taking over the global bond market.