After Donald Trump won the US presidential election last year, the prices of 10-year Treasuries - US government bonds - took a dramatic tumble. Their yields rose as investors anticipated an increase in inflation from greater growth and government borrowing to fund infrastructure projects. But Jim Leaviss, head of retail fixed interest at M&G, thinks talk of the demise of the 30-year developed bond bull market was premature.
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