A perfect bubble?

Stock market price-earnings-ratios are nothing else like inverted earnings yields. They are regularly used to assess the valuation of equities as an asset class. If you apply the same methodology to bond markets, e.g. the German Bund market, it becomes clear how bubble-like valuations for bonds are right now.

Bond Bubble

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