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The End Of The 36-Year Bond Bull Market

For years, the Fed has been trying to revive inflation under the theory that rising prices will encourage economic growth. But so far, all of their efforts, and trillions of dollars of artificial credit, have not worked. Will that change now with the new economic policies from the White House?
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