With bond yields closer to zero, equities appear more attractive than ever. But higher absolute valuations, boosted by tech growth stocks, have made equities more risky. Christian Mueller-Glissmann of Goldman Sachs Research explains the new “equity duration puzzle.”
This video was recorded on November 10, 2020
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