Interest rates are unlikely to rise this year, the Treasury is offering long (and maybe even ultra-long) bonds, investors searching for yield are taking on more risk, and there are fears that battling the coronavirus may cause China to slow its bond purchases. So what are the expectations for bond markets in 2020?
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