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Bank of America: Investors are getting worried that a bond market crash is coming (TLT, TLO)

Across asset classes, investors are worried the most about a bond-market crash, according to a survey of fund managers around the world conducted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. They think that bond prices are frothy, showing signs of being in a bubble — meaning that prices are much higher than what bonds are actually worth. Bond prices rose and pushed yields lower as investor demand grew and central banks, in Europe for example, bought bonds to lift inflation and fire up their economies.
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