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Despite a Strong Rally, Bond “Bubble” Unlikely

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Thu, 14 Oct 2010

Domestic bonds, especially U.S. Treasuries, have fared much better than U.S. stocks in the last few years due to factors such as low inflation, weak economic growth, and a significant increase in demand for fixed income securities. Some investors have shifted a large portion of their portfolio asse

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