In October, HSBC issued a report on the state of affairs in the market of fixed-income instruments. At the end of the year predicted yield for 10-year notes at a level of 1.5% - based on AMarkets.
Discrepancies Fed policy with other policies of the Central Bank should exert pressure on the interest rates on long-term US Treasury bonds. At the same time, most experts believes that the ECB will continue soft monetary policy until the end of 2016.
But there are opposing views. Economists from RBC Capital Markets - among those who are convinced that the 10-year Treasuries will continue to bring more than 3% by the end of 2016.
How about the average opinion of the market? So far, the consensus among economists surveyed by Bloomberg for the 10-year Treasury notes - the growth rate to 2.75% by the end of 2016.