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Taxable Fixed Income Outlook: First Move May Be the Worst

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Wed, 16 Oct 2013

THE 10-YEAR U.S. TREASURY BOND YIE LD HAS RISEN APPROXIMATELY 100 BASIS POINTS (BPS) SINCE MAY 1. Such a dramatic move may concern some investors, but we believe the biggest negative impact of rising rates in this cycle may have already occurred. Higher rates bring higher yields, which may help cus

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