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Description: The Federal Reserve will end its bond-purchase program in June but will put off raising interest rates until next year, says Jeff Given, a bond fund manager at John Hancock. He sees rates on the 10-year climbing to a range of 4 to 4.5% vs. 3.5% today. Interview by MarketWatch’s Deborah Levine.

Source: Moneywatch.com – video report
Date: 04/06/2011
Questions for discussion:
  • Summarize the forecasts presented?
  • Do you agree?
  • How should investors be expected to behave in this environment?
  • How should corporate financial planners be expected to behave?

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