The "bond bubble" seems to be deflating. Since early April, ten year gilt yields have risen by almost half a percentage point. And there might be a lot more to come. Russell Jones of Llewellyn Consulting says the rise in yields is "potentially considerable." This poses the question: what impact would higher borrowing costs have upon the public finances?
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