Is this the man responsible for latest bond sell-off?


The increasing likelihood of former US treasury secretary Larry Summers becoming Fed chairman next year has prompted a further spike in bond yields, analysts suggest.

Benchmark US treasury yields have spiked again in recent days as the Federal Reserve's pivotal 18-19 September policy meeting draws closer. Yields on 10-year debt rose to a two-year high of almost 2.9%...

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