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What Does a Change in Federal Reserve Policy Mean for Bonds?

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Mon, 25 Nov 2013

Key Points The Fed is talking about changing its “forward guidance” about interest rate policy at the same time that it announces a reduction in its bond purchase program. Long-term interest rates could move higher in the near term as higher yields may be needed to attract sufficient buyers to repl

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