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Finding the right rhyme

26 June 2013 By Agnes T. Crane

Bankers are smart to ask if the recent jump in rates could cause a replay of bond pain two decades ago. A better comparison may be 2003. Markets threw a hissy fit when the Fed signaled easy money would end. It didn’t last long. More importantly, nothing big blew up.

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