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It May Not Have Been the Month You Thought It Was

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Mon, 17 Jun 2013

At this point you've probably heard that May 2013 was a bad month for bonds. With the exception of the shortest-dated debt, Treasury bond yields rose across the maturity spectrum by similar amounts; the 10-year note gapped out roughly 50 basis points during the month. With a few exceptions, longer-

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