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PIMCO: Eight Reasons Why This Is Not a Bond Bubble

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Wed, 22 Dec 2010

The U.S. bond market is in the latter stages of a 30-year journey during which a “duration tailwind” pushed down market interest rates and boosted returns. Over the last three decades, the yield on the U.S. 10-year Treasury note fell from a peak of around 16% in 1981 to recent levels of about 2.5%.

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