Why buy negative yielding bonds? | FT financial times

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About a fifth of the global bond market trades at negative yields. FT statistics journalist Federica Cocco explains why, and what the attraction is for investors. See if you get the FT for free as a student (or start a £ 1 trial: ► Check out our Community tab for more stories or to suggest videos. ► Listen to our podcasts: ► Follow us on Instagram :.

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Federica Cocco 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

Hello! To everyone asking why investors aren't just holding the cash instead of investing the money. This is touched on in the video: prices can still rise for a negative-yielding bond. This price appreciation provides insurance when risk assets are slumping. Hope that helps!

chico johnson 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

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William Signet 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

I don't think you ever answered the question why negative-yielding bonds are purchased at all, which is the title of the video. You do mention several times that it is "a topsy turvy world out there." I read the FT every day; can't believe they produced this video.

james rattenborg 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

Bitcoin, gold, and real estate are effective hedges against currency devaluations.

Ajay Singh 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

That eyebrow should be a crime

emergesteel 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

For this topsy turvy video, the quick summary is that
(1) some negative bond investors still feel safer than other alternatives (cash, stock etc), so much that many of them keep buying bonds driving the price up, forcing the yield down
(2) for some institutions like pension fund and insurance, they have no choice even if have to own -ve bond 'cuz need to make sure that their fund is liquid
(3) over the long term neg yield could mean lower return on pension yield meaning workers will be forced to work longer and save more. In eurozone countries people have become concerned about not receiving positive returns and started to set aside money for the future. The central banks believe this is a good strategy for the economy but there are critics.
the less topsy turvy part starts at around 4:00

Redjetsen 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

MMT Modern Monetary Theory cooks inflation up to newer levels never thought of before. Don't let the propaganda manipulate you. This is dangerous debt. Globalists want US to cave to MMT, don't do it.

jonas ofark 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

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Theta Gang 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

Crazy to think what happened few days after this video was uploaded. Global markets upheaval

Kundaeli Shoo 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

I don't think she answered the question….

5aral 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

In negative yield bonds you are basically giving money to make sure your money doesn't devalue too much due to inflation.

Be'lakor, the Dark Master 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

I only buy Swiss bonds. Not US bonds and other European bonds.

Z Y 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

large investors buy negative yield bonds to keep liquidity for their money.

Austin Byrd 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

All spending/borrowing comes from savings. Discouraging savings (inflation) focuses too much on the short term and ignores the misallocation of resources for (as you've stated) "riskier debts". This hurts economies in the long run. Encouraging savings (deflation) hurts consumption now, but discourages risky debts. This helps society in the long run. This is why the global financial market is a giant ponzi-scheme. These practices within individual nations would've collapsed much sooner, but because of global deals under a global reserve currency, this process is getting much larger. We're heading towards a worldwide financial collapse as nations eventually de-dollarize.

phoenix gazette 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

When you mix video editing and monster engery drink. In this TOPSY TURVY WORLD

Samuel Spencer 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

This is encouraged because bond issuers i.e governments and banks are excused in delivering less than the original amount borrowed.. What is wrong with this scenario? There is no obligation to be mindful with expenses because the general public will end up paying the costs, additionally government expenses contines to increase significantly.

Crypto Bacon 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

Buy Bitcoin.

C T 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

So why buy negative yield bonds? Because money

Edward McLaughlin 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

"…and unless something goes seriously wrong…"
Something like a scrupulously planned and brutally executed, fabricated shutdown of the western economies using the excuse of a middle-ranking viral outbreak; followed by the central banks printing trillions of magical vouchers, diluting all existing currency holdings and basically flying their respective economies into the ground.

Wulsin 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

Amazing analysis ! Great Job!

Hachi de Fibonacci 13/03/2022 - 6:29 Chiều

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