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How DM bonds might fare as easing cycles gather pace

We expect long-dated government bond yields in most developed market economies to fall over the remainder of this year and next, as central banks shift focus to monetary easing. But, in some cases, we now predict those falls to be smaller than we had previously envisaged.

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