Over the past year, global bond markets have been buffeted by a storm of political and macro headlines: the pace and timing of US Federal Reserve rate hikes; Brexit; China slowdown concerns; Italian referendum; oil markets and key elections in Europe and the US.
These developments have pushed up the risk premia of global yields and the US dollar, fueling sharp moves across developed and emerging markets (EMs) bonds and currencies. Today, a more benign macro...
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