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Monetary policy, economic growth and bond yields

In our view, as the pandemic eases major central banks will generally take a more cautious approach to tightening monetary policy than they did in the past. This underpins our forecast that the yields of 10-year government bonds will rise only gradually from here, even as the global economy continues to recover.

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