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What Does Disinflation Mean for Bond Investors?

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Wed, 23 Apr 2014

Key Points With slow global economic growth, market sentiment has shifted from concerns about inflation to worries about disinflation or deflation. Until growth picks up, the bond market will likely continue to face low long-term yields and flattening yield curves. Bond investors may need to lower

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