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Why Has the Bond Market Rallied This Year?

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Mon, 19 May 2014

Key Points While many bond market forecasters predicted 10-year Treasury yields would rise this year, so far they’ve fallen. A lackluster housing market, weak income growth, and slower credit growth may be helping to constrain yields. We have lowered our expectations for rising long-term rates this

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