After more than three decades of declining long-term interest rates and six years of near-zero rates on the short end of the curve, the bond markets in the United States have clearly reached an inflection point.

Few economists are predicting significantly higher interest rates anytime soon given the scarcity of yield in the global fixed-income markets and the high demand from investors, both institutional and retail.

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