S&P 500 Vs. Crude Oil Vs. 10-Year Bond Spread
This chart looks at the performance of the , and the Yield on the over the past 4 months.
Crude has declined about 14% more than the S&P 500 did during this time frame. Yields have declined, even more, around 36%. That is a huge spread between these assets over such a short period of time.
A Few Important Questions
Odds are very high that these fish-mouth spreads will narrow, as spreads of this size historically narrow over time.
Is it possible that the spreads will narrow from a decline in stocks and a rally by the other two?
These days, anything is possible.
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