Ultra long 100-year US Treasury bond?
Quoting Claudio Brocado's recent post:
... Extending the US yield curve would be good for longer-term thinking and planning both in the public and private sectors.
... Global investors would then have a (presumably relatively liquid) alternative to bet on interest rate convergence with the ultrahigh duration tailwind for meaningful price appreciation. Thus, again, I have little doubt that there would be a solid global demand for US ‘century bonds’.
conceivably, it will lengthen the musical chair game, provide both US government and corporate sectors higher financing flexibility.
What are the implications for the broader economy?