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Which Way for Bonds? Mapping a Path Forward

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Fri, 14 Jun 2013

Q: Can you explain what is happening in markets now? Gross: In 1980, the Federal Reserve, led by Paul Volcker, tightened the quantitative noose to tame double-digit inflation, fueling an unprecedented tailwind for bond prices. Thirty years later we find ourselves at the other extreme, as central ba

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