Has the U.S. Bond Yield Rally Further to Run?

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Nov.30 -- Treasuries are having their worst month since 2009 after investors pulled money from the U.S. bond market on speculation Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election will pave the way for increased fiscal stimulus. A Bloomberg Barclays index that tracks the Treasuries market has lost 2.5 percent this month through Nov. 28. Meanwhile, benchmark 10-year yields have soared the most in back-to-back months since the 2013 taper tantrum as investors shifted into assets such as stocks, which they expect to benefit should Trump succeed in pushing through his proposals. G Plus Economics Chief Economist Lena Komileva discusses with Anna Edwards and Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."