First post for a while, but potentially an important post. The stock market has been on a one way ride since March 2009 on the back of QE and ZIRP. QE was ended by Yellen. Does this signal or presage the end of ZIRP?

Certainly if true, many market participants are poorly placed currently for a [sudden] change in bond prices. Obviously, at some point, this break in bond prices if sustained will impact stock prices.