By Hari Kishan
BENGALURU (Reuters) – Major sovereign bond yields, which have actually been low for years, are expected to be close to present levels for the next 12 months, as the global economy has a hard time to recuperate from the effect of COVID-19, a Reuters poll discovered.
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Offered the significant central banks’ irregular record on getting inflation up to target over the last decade and their dedication to keeping financial policy loose up until targets are satisfied, bond yields are likely to remain low.
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With significant sovereign bond yields seen around current levels over the next 6 months, U.S. Treasuries, which have actually out-yielded their peers for much of the previous decade, are set to continue doing so over the coming year.