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Looking backwards

27 July 2005 By Edward Hadas

Based on this timescale, 3% looks like a normal yield. So one might be tempted to think that current yields are actually too high. But for bonds, history is probably bunk. Current yields don t compensate for inflation risk, a relatively new investment issue.

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