Gold bullish news: US 10-year real rates could drop to -1%, according to BofA analysts

The yield on the US 10-year treasury inflation-protected security (TIPS), which provides a hedge against inflation, could drop to -1% if the recent resurgence of coronavirus cases in the US prompts the Federal Reserve to give stronger dovish guidance on Wednesday, strategists at Bank of America (BofA) said on Tuesday, as tweeted by Bloomberg’s Lisa Abramowicz. 

The 10-year TIPS yield fell to a record low of -0.90% last week, having hit a high of 0.62% during the March crash. 

The relentless slide seen over the past four months played a big role in boosting demand for gold, which is now trading at record highs above $1,970 per ounce. Prices have risen by 22% this month alone and are up over 25% this year. 

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