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Bonds: Will “Normal” Interest Rates Hurt Returns?

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Tue, 27 May 2014

In Brief Less accommodative Federal Reserve policy and prospects for a hike in the fed funds rate may presage a return to “normal” (closer to historical averages) interest rates in coming years. Based on Fed forecasts and historical relationships among interest rates, the “normal” fed funds rate wo

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