ALEX BRUMMER: How Trumponomics can help Britain's pensions crisis... and may even get Sir Shifty off the hook



The way in which financial markets have turned on a sixpence since Donald Trump's election is remarkable. 
For much of 2016 policymakers, including Prime Minister Theresa May, fretted about low and negative interest rates and subdued bond returns suggesting deflation and slump.
But in the few days since Trumponomics arrived on the scene, yields (interest rate returns) on American, UK, German and Japanese debt have zipped up from record lows. 
The 30-year US Treasury yield has climbed to 3 per cent and returns on ten-year bonds have jumped to 2.2 per cent.
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14 November 2016 in Business, Views: 52
Source: Daily Mail
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