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Is the Interest Rate Outlook Closer to 1994 or the Post-World War II Era?

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Wed, 21 Aug 2013

Key Points: The press has been comparing this year to 1994—one of the worst years in the fixed income market. We believe a more accurate historical comparison is the post-World War II period. During the post-World War II era, the Fed engaged in a series of extraordinary policy measures—much like it

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