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Gundlach to Gross Say Worst Is Probably Over for Treasuries

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Fri, 28 Jun 2013

Bond managers from DoubleLine Capital LP's Jeffrey Gundlach to Pacific Investment Management Co.'s Bill Gross are telling investors the worst may be over for Treasury bonds after 10-year yields rose to a 22-month high.

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