A very exceptional thing has just happened: the yield on US 3-month Treasuries, US investment grade corporate bonds and the forward earnings yield on US stocks has equalized. Some have taken this “yield parity” as a signal that bonds are about to outperform stocks. But what is the evidence behind this, why did it happen and what does it mean for future returns on stocks and bonds?
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