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How a Little Known Trade Upended the U.S. Treasury Market

Mar.18 -- As coronavirus cases spiked around the world and unprecedented travel restrictions multiplied, investors rushed to Treasuries -- the default risk-free asset. But the surge into futures first rather than cash bonds disrupted a normally sleepy trade popular with leveraged investors known as the cash-futures basis. Dani Burger explains on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."