Maybe It's Last Call, But The Bond Party Isn't Over Yet
All in all, the bond market has had a good ride in 1993 thus far. But it enters the second half nervously. In the first half, low inflation, low interest rates, and the Clinton Administration's budget-reduction plan ignited a bond rally. Then a surge in inflation numbers threw a chill into the market.
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