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Fixed Income Quarterly Outlook: From negative policy rates to yield curve control - what’s next?

The low growth, low inflation state of the global economy is a favorable macro environment for fixed income investments. In such a world the Fed is not likely to normalize official target rates aggressively. Meanwhile the Bank of Japan comes up with another novelty from its seemingly inexhaustible toolbox: yield curve control.

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