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Expect the unexpected

10 November 2010 By Agnes Crane

The U.S. central bank’s decision to concentrate its $900 billion buying power on Treasuries maturing in seven years or less has made the controversial quantitative easing policy harder to defend. Longterm bond yields have jumped, giving inflation hawks even more to squawk about.

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