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The Number to Know To Gauge Interest Rate Sensitivity

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Mon, 27 Aug 2012

Today I want to take a step back from the markets and talk about one of the fundamental concepts in fixed income investing: interest rate sensitivity.  Namely, what happens to the price of a bond or bond fund when interest rates move? This has been a hot topic recently as interest rates have fallen

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