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Bond market's worst rut in 52 years shows few signs of easing

Ten-year T-bills offer paltry 62 basis points, causing analysts to abandon their 3% year-end forecast

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THE world's most important bond market is stuck in its worst rut in more than half a century.

Ten-year US Treasury yields have been locked between 2.01 per cent and 2.63 per cent in 2017 - a measly 62 basis points. That's the tightest trading...

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