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30 May 2013 By Agnes T. Crane

The Fed, Bank of Japan and their peers are certainly influential. But the recent rapid rise of global bond yields is a healthy reminder of the limits to their power. Monetary policymakers don’t want a bond rout, but they will struggle to prevent one if investors lose confidence.

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