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5 May 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

Seasonal funding needs, huge government borrowing requirements, green shoots of economic stabilisation or recovery and the inflationary effect of Fed liquidity creation are combining to send Treasury bond yields upward. They may go a lot higher, quite quickly.

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