BlackRock Says Bonds Are Back in Fashion

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Rupert Harrison, portfolio manager for multi asset strategies at BlackRock, says government bonds have been working as a hedge “over the last few weeks.” He speaks with Dani Burger on “Bloomberg Surveillance Early Edition.”

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