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An Investment Approach That Digs Deeper Into Global Inflation-Linked Bonds

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Fri, 15 Nov 2013

When investing in inflation-linked bonds across the globe, it may be tempting to simply favor markets with high real yields, or to pick up yield either through maturity extension or by leaving currencies unhedged. But we think valuation decisions require a more nuanced approach, mixing a little bit

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