"In 2009 investors were warned about bubbles: a bubble in Treasuries, a gold bubble, and, finally, warnings of a rapidly expanding bond mutual fund bubble forming. It's brought to us by the [Fed's] 0% interest rate policy. Whether the flood into bond funds of all types was an intended consequence or not, it's now a flood that could go just as quickly the other way. ... There is a lot of unsophisticated money in bonds now, and I'm not sure investors understand how miserable things can get when the low interest rate party ends", Marilyn Cohen at Forbes, 8 February 2010: http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2010/0208/finances-junk-bonds-yield-interest-capital-markets.html.
If you have any type of bonds, no matter in what currency, sell! As for Walter Wriston, see my 30 October 2008 post: http://skepticaltexascpa.blogspot.com/2008/10/book-review-walter-wristons-bits-bytes.html.I agree, the bond market is a disaster waiting to happen.