U.S. Interest Rate Cycle Since 1790

The chart below is loaded with important historical interest rate data going all the way back to the founding of the United States. From our perspective, the era of cheap money is just about over. Eventually, yields must rise to counter: 1) U.S./global inflation, 2) the sale of domestic bonds as the Federal Reserve reduces its balance sheet and 3) a slowdown in demand for U.S. Treasuries by key Asian countries (China and Japan).

Historical U.S. Interest Rate Cycle 300x148 - U.S. Interest Rate Cycle Since 1790

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