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Bonds, bullets and barbells – what happens after yield curve inversion?

Bonds, bullets and barbells – what happens after yield curve inversion?

Much has been said recently about when and why investors should consider extending duration. With interest rates at or near peaks, the potential to realise higher yields for longer may also offer the opportunity to achieve greater total returns by extending duration in advance of any decline in rates. When ...

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