It's not just about big business being able to borrow and refinance debt at low (ZIRP) rates. It also impacts home buying affordability, consumer spending, higher chargecard APRs for the little guy who can barely afford it and yes, yield for the big dogs. From an investment standpoint, large investors will pay attention. As an example the 10 year yield is now at 2.15. Yesterday, it crossed the dividend yield of the S&P 500. This means it is now more profitable to buy bonds than to invest in the stock market. An interesting perspective. Check it out at MrTopStep
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