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How to Survive the Regime Change in Markets

Today 01:33 GMT

A phase that started with quantitative easing from the Federal Reserve, followed by the European Central Bank’s pledge to do “whatever it takes” and the Bank of Japan’s efforts to fix long-dated bond yields close to zero, is coming to an end.

The most notable development of the past two weeks: in the face of turbulent stock markets, with the S&P 500 dropping 10% from its peak then rebounding nearly 6%, government bond yields haven't fallen.


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