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What different timings for rate cuts mean for DM bond yields

We forecast that bond yields will fall back in most developed markets (DMs) over the next year or so, as central banks generally embark on bigger easing cycles than investors currently expect. But given our view that the Federal Reserve faces more hurdles than most other central banks, we think it will start cutting later; and we suspect risks are skewed towards yields ending up higher than we expect.

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