Source: BlackRock Blog

Category: Digital Media, Fixed Income/Interest Rates

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One Response to “The Life of a Bond”

  1. rd says:

    The left out the part of its life when it goes to the Riviera and parties with the hedge fund and pension plan managers. Instead, they seem to be focusing on the part of its life where it nods off at the table while the Fed governors discuss interest rate policies.

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