Don’t believe in the boogeyman: the “noneconomic” bond buyer doesn’t exist

The idea that some big institutional bond investors aren’t market-efficient is simply not true. Martin explains. Old school bond market players love to talk about a boogeyman they call the “noneconomic” buyer. These buyers are large investors—central banks, insurance companies, commercial banks and even index funds—that supposedly do not...

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