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Revising up our DM bond yield forecasts

With developed market (DM) central banks clearly in hawkish moods, we have revised up our forecasts for the yields of most 10-year DM government bonds. We no longer expect these yields, in general, to fall much over the remainder of this year. But we are sticking with the view that they will fall next year, as inflationary pressures ease and some of the major central banks turn more dovish.

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