Fund managers have cautioned on shorting US Treasuries despite the Federal Reserve's plans to hike rates and taper its $4.5trn balance sheet, pointing to overcrowding and conditions remaining "a long way off" interest rate normalisation.
A JP Morgan Chase & Co survey on 2 October found 44% of clients had placed short positions in Treasuries against their benchmarks. This is the highest number since 2006, and a jump from 30% the previous...
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